Boulder World Cup 2010 Report #6 – Sheffield

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Video by Udo Neumann – With only one more Bouldering World Cup of 2010 left, climbers have upped their game, fighting neck and neck for the gold. Winner Chloe Graftiaux of Belgium and runner-up American Alex Johnson were separated only by one attempt. Czech climber Adam Ondra was way ahead of the men’s field in finals, topping out every boulder with only France’s Cedric Lachat behind him. Kilian Fischhuber of Austria finished a disappointing tenth but remains first in rankings, with Ondra close behind. Graftiaux’s win put her on top in rankings, with Austria’s Anna Stohr falling to third.

Women’s Bouldering Results:

  1. Chloé Graftiaux

  2. Alex Johnson

  3. Akiyo Noguchi

  4. Natalija Gros (Slovenia)

  5. Juliane Wurm (Germany)

  6. Yulia Abramchuk (Russia)

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Men’s Results:

  1. Adam Ondra

  2. Cédric Lachat

  3. Mykhaylo Shalagin

  4. Guillaume Glairon Mondet (France)

  5. Rustam Gelmanov (Russia)

  6. Tsukuru Hori (Japan)

Full results here

Women’s rankings so far:

  1. Chloé Graftiaux – 337.22

  2. Akiyo Noguchi – 332.90

  3. Anna Stöhr – 326.39

  4. Alex Johnson – 276.94

  5. Juliane Wurm – 216.68

  6. Natalija Gros – 199.60

Men’s Rankings:

  1. Kilian Fischhuber – 334.74

  2. Adam Ondra – 327.10

  3. Tsukuru Hori – 250.64

  4. Dmitry Sharafutdinov (Russia) – 158.35

  5. Rustam Gelmanov – 158.08

  6. Guillaume Glairon Mondet – 155.77

Full list of rankings here

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