The opening event of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) season kicked off this morning, in Meiringen, Switzerland, with the women’s Boulder qualification round.

Tokyo 2020 gold medalist Janja Garnbret of Slovenia, and Ayala Kerem of Israel finished atop their respective group, both with the score of five tops and five zones. United States’ Natalia Grossman and Brooke Raboutou followed in second position, also with the same score – four tops and five zones.

For the full results of the women’s Boulder qualification round click here.

The list of qualified climbers for the women’s Boulder semi-final is as follows:

  • Janja Garnbret (SLO)
  • Ayala Kerem (ISR)
  • Natalia Grossman (USA)
  • Brooke Raboutou (USA)
  • Camilla Moroni (ITA)
  • Hannah Meul (GER)
  • Sa Sol (KOR)
  • Ito Futaba (JPN)
  • Andrea Kümin (SUI)
  • Chloe Caulier (BEL)
  • Madison Fischer (CAN)
  • Franziska Sterrer (AUT)
  • Seo Chaehyun (KOR)
  • Jessica Pilz (AUT)
  • Stasa Gejo (SRB)
  • Oriane Bertone (FRA)
  • Kylie Cullen (USA)
  • Lucia Dörffel (GER)
  • Cloe Coscoy (USA)
  • Fanny Gibert (FRA)

The women’s Boulder semi-final will take place tomorrow at 11:00 AM (UTC+2:00), while the final is scheduled at 6:00 PM.

For information about broadcasting and live streaming of the IFSC Boulder World Cup in Meiringen click here. News and updates about the event will also be available on the IFSC website, and on the Federation’s social media channels: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

220608 IFSC News Garnbret Kerem rule womens Boulder qualification in MeiringenJanja Garnbret of Slovenia finished the women's Boulder qualification in Meiringen with five tops and five zones
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