The sixth round of the IFSC Lead World Cup in Wujiang, China took place last weekend (17th/18th October). Korea's Jain Kim continued her winning form to take Gold, and Adam Ondra of the Czech Republic won his first event of the 2015 series.
The finals included a familiar line-up for the women and featured Austria's Magdalena Röck for the first time this season after disappointing results in the previous five rounds.
Jain Kim climbed to 6 holds higher than the rest of the field, six of which were stopped at the same point. The results were therefore decided on countback to the semi-final round. Anak Verhoeven of Belgium managed one hold further than the stopper move to take Silver ahead of Austria's Jessica Pilz.
Minoru Makano of Japan (2nd place in Briançon) joined a strong group of habitual finalists. The field was split well, with Ondra taking Gold ahead of Slovenia's Domen Skofic and Sean McColl of Canada.
With one round to go in Kranj, Slovenia next month, Gautier Supper of France leads the men's ranking by just 10 points and Mina Markovic is on top of the women's ranking ahead of Jain Kim and Jessica Pilz.
Unfortunately there was no live stream or replay of this event.
IFSC Climbing Worldcup (L,S) - Wujiang (CHN) 2015