Claire Buhrfeind (USA) sets her feet on problem two in Semi-Finals.
Peter Dixon (USA) snarling up Semi-Final problem three.
Nathaniel Coleman (USA) celebrates flashing problem four in Finals, securing him his second World Cup silver medal in two weeks.
Silver medalist Akiyo Noguchi (JPN) mixes ballet with climbing on problem three in Semi-Finals.
Adam Ondra (CZE) holds the swing on Semi-final problem three on his way to taking the bronze.
Alex Johnson (USA) celebrates sending problem two in qualifiers, helping her to continue to Semi-Finals.
Miho Nonaka (JPN) swings her way up problem three in Finals, earning a fourth-place finish.
After flashing the first two problems in finals, gold medalist Megan Mascarenas (USA) sends problem three on her second attempt.
Seventeen-year-old Shawn Raboutou (USA) grips Semi-Final problem three with only three fingers and his heel.
Kokoro Fujii (JPN) does a 360-campus move to flash problem four of Finals.
Twenty-two-time World Cup champion Anna Stöhr (AUS) presses her way up to send the slab in qualifiers.
Sean McColl (CAN) campuses to flash his last problem in Finals and secure a fifth-place finish.
Shauna Coxsey (GBR) double toe hooks her way to a bronze medal on the final women’s problem.
Jason Holowach (CAN) secures his place in finals by holding the swing on Semi-Finals problem three.
Seventeen-year-old Megan Mascarenas (USA) stretches to her limit to take the gold on the final women’s problem.
Grace Mckeehan (USA), 16, contemplates problem three in qualifiers.
Nathaniel Coleman (USA) grins as he sets up for the final move of problem three of Semi-Finals.
World Cup veteran Angie Payne (USA) scrunches up on the starting holds to flash the third problem in qualifiers, her second flash of the day.
Margo Hayes (USA) rests on the starting holds before beginning her final attempt of problem four in Finals.
Megan Mascarenas (USA) smiles and waves her first-place gold axe next to Akiyo Noguchi (JPN), second place, left, and Shauna Coxsey (GBR), third, to the right.
Jan Hojer (GER) brandishes his golden axe after flashing two of the final four problems to securing his first-place finish. Silver medalist Nathaniel Coleman (USA), right, and bronze medalist Adam Ondra (CZE), left, join Hojer on the podium.