In the final of the leading nine climbers, 29-year-old Ondra scored 39+, as did Taisei Homma. But due to the fact that Ondra arrived in the semifinals and also the Japanese just had a rating of 36+, the gold medal mosted likely to the World Cup returnee.

I needed some time for myself after the Olympic Games, but after that I chose Chamonix, one of the most gorgeous location in the Lead World Cup, to find back, Ondra stated in an interview with Eurosport. Sean Bailey, who was leading after the Semifnale, took third area.

Flohé developed in the leading team

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The 26-year-old American, who thrived in Chamonix in 2015, got a 29+ ranking in Sunday evening’s last. Bailey was not alone in this rating that night either, yet the Slovenian Luka Potocar as well as DAV professional athlete Yannick Flohé additionally flew out of the wall surface with 29+. Here, as well, the much better positioning from the semi-finals decided on the honor of third place.

Flohé’s DAV colleague Alex Megos from Erlangen was unable to make it into the final in Chamonix and also finished up in 26th and also last area in the semifinals. Sebastian Halenke from Lahr took 23rd place.

For the flea from Essen, the long-awaited platform is still a dream, yet the champion of the Bouldering World Cup in Brixen has actually strongly developed himself amongst the leading elite. In Villars last week, the 22-year-old completed 4th, his best World Cup result to date. In the end, 5th area was the cause Chamonix.

Just missing the platform once more: Yannick Flohé.

The positionings of the finals at a glimpse:

1. Adam Ondra (Czech Republic), 39+.
2. Taisei Homma (Japan), 39+.
3. Sean Bailey (U.S.A.), 29+.
4. Luka Potocar (Slovenia), 29+.
** 5. Yannick Flohé (Germany), 29+.

** 6. Sam Avezou (France), 25+.
7. Hamish MacArthur (Great Britain), 25+.
8th. Sascha Lehmann (Switzerland), 20+.
9. Satone Yoshida (Japan), 12.

The 26-year-old American, that triumphed in Chamonix last year, got a 29+ score in Sunday night’s final. Bailey was not alone in this ranking that night either, but the Slovenian Luka Potocar as well as DAV athlete Yannick Flohé also flew out of the wall with 29+. For the flea from Essen, the long-awaited platform is still a dream, yet the victor of the Bouldering World Cup in Brixen has actually securely developed himself among the leading elite. In Villars last week, the 22-year-old completed 4th, his finest World Cup result to day. In the end, fifth place was the result in Chamonix.