Brooke Raboutou And Natalia Grossman in the Lead At Bouldering World Championships

Photo: Daniel Gajda

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The Bouldering qualification round has just wrapped up in Moscow in the 2021 World Championships. In the lead for the women are Brooke Raboutou and Natalia Grossman, both from the US. For the men, Yannick Flohe, from Germany, and Kokoro Fujii, from Japen, are ranked first.

From the U.S., Kyle Cullen advances to semis in seventh. Sienna Kopf placed 29th, Thea Wulff 55th, Benjamin Hanna 31st, Charles Barron 37th, Isaac Leff 37th, and Ross Fulkerson 45th.

Bouldering semifinals start tomorrow at 1am MDT. Stay tuned for results and a recap.


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