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MUNICH 2022

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  • POLAND LOCKS OUT WOMEN’S SPEED PODIUM; BOLDYREV JUMPS FOR JOY AT EUROS TITLE

    POLAND LOCKS OUT WOMEN’S SPEED PODIUM; BOLDYREV JUMPS FOR JOY AT EUROS TITLE

    The Polish women dominated proceedings at the European Championships Munich 2022 as they locked out the podium of the women’s Speed final before Ukraine’s Danyil Boldyrev danced with delight at taking the men’s title.

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  • IFSC HOLDS SUSTAINABILITY SESSION DURING EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

    IFSC HOLDS SUSTAINABILITY SESSION DURING EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

    The strategic vision of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) is to “make the world a better place through Sport Climbing.”

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  • FAMILY GUY ONDRA STRIKES EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS GOLD

    FAMILY GUY ONDRA STRIKES EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS GOLD

    Proud papa Adam Ondra of the Czech Republic, who became a father at the start of the summer, will have a golden story to tell his son when he returns home from the European Championships Munich 2022.

    Ondra claimed his second European Championship Lead title tonight with a 37+ scored on a tricky wall that kept all eight finalists from topping.

    The 2019 Edinburgh Lead champ made quick work of the first two thirds of the route, which ultimately was the difference between gold and silver on the day. Slovenia’s Luka Potočar, who put up an identical score, finished second, a minute and four seconds slower than the winner.

    “My son Hugo was born three months ago,” Ondra said after his victory. “Right before climbing in the final, I was thinking about my son and my wife, and I think it gave me like the ultimate power boost just before I started.”Asked if he was confident of winning gold heading into the final, Ondra laughed and shook his head. “After two days of competition [Boulder and Lead], I still hadn’t recovered because I was destroyed, I was broken,” he said. “The semi-final was a true massacre. I just felt every muscle in my body was aching. But in the final, I saw a route I really liked and I just went for it with no fear. And after that I didn’t make any mistakes, so I am very, very happy.”

    Ondra also collected a bronze a day earlier in Boulder.

    With the sun setting behind the historic Königsplatz in central Munich, it provided a stunning backdrop for a memorable fight for the finish.

    Hanging perpendicular to the ground on hold 24, silver medallist Potočar used his free hand to call for encouragement from the sold-out crowd below, which duly obliged. It was enough to propel him into first before being dethroned by Ondra.

    “It was amazing, unforgettable,” the 20-year-old said of the competition. “The climbing maybe wasn’t my best, but I’m happy with it.”

    Asked about his rival Ondra, Potočar was gracious in defeat. “He’s amazing, he’s always amazing. Nothing is hard for him, and he was just cruising up there.”

    Tokyo 2020 Olympic Champion Alberto Ginés López proved once again that he delivers the goods when it counts, scoring a 35+ to secure bronze. 

    Olympic bronze medallist and 2021 World Lead Champion Jakob Schubert of Austria qualified for the final in first place after storming to a 46+ in the semifinal, but had to settle for fourth overall.

    The home crowd had hoped to celebrate a podium finish with one or both of the two German finalists, Yannick Flohé and Alexander Megos, but had to settle for a celebration of Flohé’s birthday instead, as the duo finished fifth and sixth, respectively. The Essen native turned 23-years-old today.

    Rounding out the top eight were Domen Škofic of Slovenia, who was looking for his first podium finish since a silver at the World Cup Briançon in August, and Italy’s Filip Schenk, both of whom posted scores of 17+.

    For the full results of the Men’s Lead finals, click here.

    News and updates about the events will be available on the IFSC website, and on the Federation’s social media channels: FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.

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    Men's Lead podium for the European Championships Munich 2022
    Photo: Jan Virt/IFSC

     

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  • GARNBRET WINS SECOND GOLD AS MEUL PLEASES MUNICH CROWD

    GARNBRET WINS SECOND GOLD AS MEUL PLEASES MUNICH CROWD

    Slovenia’s Janja Garnbret secured her second European Championship gold medal in as many days in front of another packed out crowd at the Königsplatz in Munich, Germany.

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  • STORY OF THE SEMIFINALS: MUNICH 2022 WOMEN’S BOULDER AND MEN'S LEAD

    STORY OF THE SEMIFINALS: MUNICH 2022 WOMEN’S BOULDER AND MEN'S LEAD

    A day after winning her first European Championship title in Lead, Slovenia’s golden girl Janja Garnbret treated an early morning crowd gathered at Munich’s Königsplatz to a Sport Climbing masterclass in the Women’s Boulder semi-final.

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  • AUSTRIA’S UZNIK CLAIMS MEN’S BOULDER EUROPEAN TITLE

    AUSTRIA’S UZNIK CLAIMS MEN’S BOULDER EUROPEAN TITLE

    The evening session of the European Championships Munich 2022 saw the men’s Boulder competition take centre stage, following the women’s Lead competition, with Austria’s Nicolai Uznik crowned champion.

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  • GARNBRET CLAIMS PREVIOUSLY ELUSIVE EUROPEAN TITLE IN WOMEN’S LEAD

    GARNBRET CLAIMS PREVIOUSLY ELUSIVE EUROPEAN TITLE IN WOMEN’S LEAD

    A sell-out crowd was in attendance at the Königsplatz in Munich, Germany, today to see Slovenia’s Janja Garnbret take yet another title, one that had been missing from her very impressive collection.

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  • STORY OF THE SEMIFINALS: MUNICH 2022 WOMEN’S LEAD AND MEN'S BOULDER

    STORY OF THE SEMIFINALS: MUNICH 2022 WOMEN’S LEAD AND MEN'S BOULDER

    The women’s Lead semifinalists were out early at the Königsplatz in Munich, Germany, to try and secure a place in the afternoons European Championships final.

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  • SEMIFINAL LINEUPS COMPLETE AT EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS MUNICH 2022

    SEMIFINAL LINEUPS COMPLETE AT EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS MUNICH 2022

    Qualification was completed on the second day of the European Championships Munich 2022 as the women attempted to solve the Boulder problems while the men hit the Lead wall.

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  • TAKING THE LEAD: TEAM SLOVENIA STANDS TALL ON THE WALL

    TAKING THE LEAD: TEAM SLOVENIA STANDS TALL ON THE WALL

    With a population of just 2.1 million people, the Republic of Slovenia is one of the smallest nations competing at the European Championships Munich 2022. 

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  • HOME NATION ATHLETES SAFELY THROUGH QUALIFICATION AT EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS MUNICH 2022

    HOME NATION ATHLETES SAFELY THROUGH QUALIFICATION AT EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS MUNICH 2022

    The crowds descended on the Königsplatz in Munich, Germany, today as the European Championships Munich 2022 opened with qualification in the men’s Boulder and women’s Lead.

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  • MASSIVE CROWD TURNS OUT FOR OPENING CEREMONY AS 2022 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS GET UNDERWAY

    MASSIVE CROWD TURNS OUT FOR OPENING CEREMONY AS 2022 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS GET UNDERWAY

    The Opening Ceremony for the European Championships Munich 2022 came spectacularly to life tonight inside the iconic Olympic Park in Germany’s third-largest city, setting the stage for Sport Climbing’s highly anticipated debut at the multi-sport event.

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OLYMPIC GAMES TOKYO 2020: SPORT CLIMBING MEDALLISTS

Women's

JANJA GARNBRET (SLO)

GOLD

MIHO NONAKA (JPN)

SILVER

AKIYO NOGUCHI (JPN)

BRONZE
Men's

ALBERTO GINÉS LÓPEZ (ESP)

GOLD

NATHANIEL COLEMAN (USA)

SILVER

JAKOB SCHUBERT (AUT)

BRONZE

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