Argentina, Canada, Chile, Ecuador and the USA send athletes to the Women final at the Pan American Championships
Los Angeles (USA) - The Women qualification round at the IFSC Pan American Championships in Los Angeles (USA) saw eight climbers from five different countries earn a ticket for Saturday's final, when five of them will battle for the last available Olympic quota place for Tokyo 2020.
Lauren BAIR (USA)
Alejandra CONTRERAS (CHI)
Valentina AGUADO (ARG)
Norah CHI (USA)
Emma HUNT (USA)
Alannah YIP (CAN)
Andrea ROJAS (ECU)
Rebecca FRANGOS (CAN)
As the United States of America have already qualified two climbers for the 2020 Olympic Games - Brooke RABOUTOU and Kyra CONDIE - only the athletes representing Argentina, Canada, Chile and Ecuador will be eligible to obtain the Olympic slot.
Lauren BAIR of the United States of America
Photo: Daniel Gajda/IFSC
Today, at the Sender One Climbing Gym, United States' Lauren BAIR claimed the top of the table thanks to the 1st place she nailed in Lead with 52+, also taking 5th place in Speed and 4th in Bouldering. Her teammate Emma HUNT closed the qualification round in 5th position, mostly thanks to her 8.05-seconds performace on the Speed wall, to which she added a 10th place in Bouldering and a 13th place in Lead. Argentina's Valentina AGUADO was one of the four athletes that closed the Bouldering discipline with 4T4Z, eventually finishing in 1st place thanks to a lower number of attempts.
The IFSC Pan American Championships will continue tomorrow with the Men qualification round, starting at 11:00 am (GMT-8:00). Saturday's Women final will kick off at 2:00 pm.
For today's complete results click here.