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US Gains Three Medals From Paraclimbing World Championships

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The 2021 Paraclimbing World Championships just finished in Moscow, Russia. 114 athletes participated across 13 categories.

Categories included blind 1-3 (with 1 indicating higher functionality and 3 being the lowest, demarcated with a B), amputees (both lower and upper, demarcated AU or AL), and limited reach and power 1-3 (again, with 1 indicating higher functionality and 3 being the lowest, demarcated RP). Find out more about classification here.

From the US, Brian Zarzuela placed second in Men’s AU-2, Tanner Cislaw placed second in Men’s RP1, and Benjamin Mayforth placed second in Men’s RP2.

[Also Read: Why Isn’t Climbing In the Paralympics?]

Below, find the results for each category.

Men B1

Men B2

Men B3

Women B2

Women B3

Men AL-2

Men AU-2

Men RP1

Men RP2

Men Rp3

Women Rp1

Women RP2

Women RP3