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Hojer and Garnbret Win Final Bouldering World Cup of the Season

Jan Hojer and Janja Garnbret win the final IFSC Bouldering World Cup of the 2017, in Munich, Germany. Plus the highlights video.

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Munich, Germany wrapped up the 2017 IFSC Bouldering World Cup season on August 18 and 19.

Jan Hojer, in front of his home crowd at Olympiapark—a stadium from the 1972 Olympic Games—capped the year with an all-out victory. He was
the only male competitor to complete all four finals problems.

Behind Hojer, Tomoa Narasaki and Taisei Ishimatsu, both of Japan, took second and third with three tops in six attempts and three tops in seven attempts, respectively. Jongwon Chon of South Korea took fourth, Yoshiyuki Ogata of Japan took fifth, and Kokoro Fujii of Japan took sixth. Alex Megos, in his second-ever climbing competition, missed out on finals by one place and finished in seventh overall.

Alex Puccio (U.S.) cuts loose on the W1 of finals on her way to fifth place. Photo: Eddie Fowke / IFSC.

On the women’s side, Janja Garnbret of Slovenia, a face that appears on nearly every world-cup podium in both lead and bouldering events, once again took home a gold medal. Garnbret was the only female competitor to top three of the four finals problems. Shauna Coxsey, of Great Britain, followed up in second place with two tops, and Japan’s Akiyo Noguchi finished in third with one top in one attempt. Rounding out the finals field, Stasa Gejo of Serbia took fourth place, Alex Puccio of the U.S. took fifth place, and Petra Klingler of Switzerland took sixth place.

Representing Team U.S.A. for women, along with Puccio, Sierra Blair-Coyle placed 17th, Kyra Condie placed 25th, Brooke Raboutou placed 31st, Meagan Martin placed 39th, Maya Madere placed 43rd and Lisa Chulich placed 51st. For men, Sean Bailey placed 27th, birthday-boy Kai Lightner placed 38th, Simon Hibbeler placed 77th, Peter Dixon placed 89th, Andy Lamb placed 97th, Josh Levin placed 115th, and Joel Zerr placed 121st.

The 2017 IFSC Bouldering World Cup Season has concluded, but the lead and speed seasons are still underway. The next competitions will take place in Arco, Italy on August 25 and 26.

Women’s podium, from left: Shauna Coxsey (2nd place), Janja Garnbret (1st place), Akiyo Noguchi (3rd place. Photo: Eddie Fowke / IFSC.
Men’s podium, from left: Tomoa Narasaki (2nd place), Jan Hojer (1st place), Taisei Ishimatsu (3rd place). Photo: Eddie Fowke / IFSC.

RESULTS – FINALS

Women                                                       Men

1. Janja Garnbret (SLO), 3t10 3b6                   1. Jan Hojer (GER), 4t10 4b6

2. Shauna Coxsey (GBR), 2t2 2b2                   2. Tomoa Narasaki (JPN), 3t6 3b3

3. Akiyo Noguchi (JPN), 1t1 2b4                      3. Taisei Ishimatsu (JPN), 3t7 3b4

4. Stasa Gejo (SRB), 1t3 3b9                           4. Jongwon Chon (KOR), 2t3 3b4

5. Alex Puccio (USA), 1t3 2b4                          5. Yoshiyuki Ogata (JPN), 2t4 3b4

6. Petra Klingler (SUI), 0t 1b4                          6. Kokoro Fujii (JPN), 2t9 2b6

Click here for the complete set of results.


Watch the highlights from finals:


OVERALL BOULDERING RANKING – 2017 (TOP 10)

Women                                                                   Men

1. Shauna Coxsey (GBR) – 560 points                         1. Jongwon Chon (KOR) – 453 points

2. Janja Garnbret (SLO) – 470 points                            2. Tomoa Narasaki
(JPN) – 404 points

3. Akiyo Noguchi (JPN) – 381 points                             3. Aleksei Rubtsov
(RUS) – 399 points

4. Miho Nonaka (JPN) – 377 points                               4. Keita Watabe
(JPN) – 372 points

5. Petra Klingler (SUI) – 290 points                                5.
Kokoro Fujii (JPN) – 327 points

6. Stasa Gejo (SRB) – 234 points                                  6.
Rei Sugimoto (JPN) – 278 points

7. Katja Kadic (SLO) – 227 points                                  7.
Jan Hojer (GER) – 235 points

8. Michaela Tracy (GBR) – 190 points                            8. Yoshiyuki Ogata
(JPN) – 232 points

9. Fanny Gibert (FRA) – 187 points                                9. Jernej
Kruder (SLO) – 201 points

10. Aya Onoe (JPN) – 165 points
10. Jakob Schubert (AUT) – 186 points

Click here for the complete list of 2017 Bouldering Rankings.