The second-to-last competition day of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA opened with the women’s Boulder qualification round.

Afra Hönig of Germany and Nonaka Miho of Japan took first place in group A and B, respectively, both with five tops and five zones. Four climbers placed in joint third position: Oriane Bertone of France, Natalia Grossman of the United States of America, Ayala Kerem of Israel, and Franziska Sterrer of Austria – all of them finished with the score of five tops and five zones, and a higher number of attempts than Hönig or Nonaka.

Alongside Grossman, Brooke Raboutou, Kyle Cullen, and Cloe Coscoy will also represent the home team in the women’s Boulder semi-final, scheduled for tomorrow at 11:00 AM (UTC-6:00). The women’s final will begin at 6:00, followed by the men’s one.

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

220528 IFSC News Honig Nonaka lead womens Boulder qualification ranking in Salt Lake CityAfra Hönig of Germany competes in the women's Boulder qualification at the IFSC World Cup in Salt Lake City (USA)
Photo: Daniel Gajda/IFSC

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