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LIVE Lead Semi-Finals

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Friday 19th July

(LIVE) 19:30-22:00 
Men & Women Lead Semi-Finals

Saturday 20th July

(LIVE) 19:30-19:50 
Presentation and Observation Men
(LIVE) 20:00-21:00 
Men Lead Final
(LIVE) 21:00-21:20 
Presentation and Observation Women
(LIVE) 21:30-22:30 
Women Lead Final
Following Award Ceremony

LIVE result

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Ranking

IFSC LEAD WORLD CUP 19

MEN   l   WOMEN   l   National Team

IFSC BOULDER WORLD CUP 19

MEN   l   WOMEN   l   National Team

IFSC SPEED WORLD CUP 19

MEN   l   WOMEN   l   National Team

IFSC COMBINED 19

MEN & WOMEN

PARACLIMBING 19

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