2019 IFSC Climbing World Championships

The 2019 IFSC Climbing World Championships, the 16th edition, were held in Hachioji, Japan from 11 to 21 August 2019. The championships consisted of lead, speed, bouldering, and combined events. The paraclimbing event was held separately from 16 to 17 July in Briançon, France.[1][2] The combined event also served as an Olympic qualifying event for the 2020 Summer Olympics.[3][4]

2019 IFSC Climbing World Championships
Esforta Arena Hachioji 2019c.jpg
Entrance of the Esforta Arena in Hachioji
VenueEsforta Arena in Hachioji
LocationJapan Hachioji, Japan
Date11 – 21 August 2019
Competitors253 athletes from 39 nations
Websitehttps://jmsca-itadaki.com/s/n93w/
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Medal summaryEdit

MedalistsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Lead   Adam Ondra (CZE)   Alexander Megos (GER)   Jakob Schubert (AUT)
Men's Bouldering   Tomoa Narasaki (JPN)   Jakob Schubert (AUT)   Yannick Flohé (GER)
Men's Speed   Ludovico Fossali (ITA)   Jan Kriz (CZE)   Stanislav Kokorin (RUS)
Men's Combined   Tomoa Narasaki (JPN)   Jakob Schubert (AUT)   Rishat Khaibullin (KAZ)
Women's Lead   Janja Garnbret (SLO)   Mia Krampl (SLO)   Ai Mori (JPN)
Women's Bouldering   Janja Garnbret (SLO)   Akiyo Noguchi (JPN)   Shauna Coxsey (GBR)
Women's Speed   Aleksandra Mirosław (POL)   Di Niu (CHN)   Anouck Jaubert (FRA)
Women's Combined   Janja Garnbret (SLO)   Akiyo Noguchi (JPN)   Shauna Coxsey (GBR)

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Japan)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Slovenia3104
2  Japan*2215
3  Czech Republic1102
4  Italy1001
  Poland1001
6  Austria0213
7  Germany0112
8  China0101
9  Great Britain0022
10  France0011
  Kazakhstan0011
  Russia0011
Totals (12 nations)88824

Qualification for the 2020 Summer OlympicsEdit

The seven best climbers of the combined event automatically qualify for the 2020 Summer Olympics, where sport climbing will make its debut. There are seven spots available per gender, with a maximum of two spots per country.[3][5]

The qualifiers for the 2020 Summer Olympics from the 2019 World Championships Combined events are:

2020 Summer Olympic qualification
Men Women

  Tomoa Narasaki (JPN)
  Jakob Schubert (AUT)
  Rishat Khaibullin (KAZ)
  Mickael Mawem (FRA)
  Alexander Megos (GER)
  Ludovico Fossali (ITA)
  Sean McColl (CAN)
  TBD (JPN)*

  Janja Garnbret (SLO)
  Akiyo Noguchi (JPN)
  Shauna Coxsey (GBR)
  Aleksandra Mirosław (POL)
  Petra Klingler (SUI)
  Brooke Raboutou (USA)
  Jessica Pilz (AUT)
  TBD (JPN)*

*   Japan had qualified two quota places in each event, with the climbers still to be named.

ScheduleEdit

All times and dates use Japan Standard Time (UTC+9) [6]

Q Qualifications SF Semi-finals F Finals
B Bouldering L Lead S Speed C Combined
August 2019 11th
Sun
12th
Mon
13th
Tue
14th
Wed
15th
Thu
16th
Fri
17th
Sat
18th
Sun
19th
Mon
20th
Tue
21st
Wed
Men B B B L L L Rest day S S C C
Women B C C

BoulderingEdit

WomenEdit

Rank Name Qualification Semi-Final Final[7]
1   Janja Garnbret 5t5z 5 5 3t4z 7 6 3T3z 8 8
2   Akiyo Noguchi 5t5z 9 9 2t4z 3 8 2T2z 4 2
3   Shauna Coxsey 3t5z 6 9 0t3z 0 6 2T2z 6 6
4   Ievgeniia Kazbekova 4t5z 14 14 1t2z 2 3 1T2z 3 4
5   Miho Nonaka 3t4z 4 8 0t3z 0 5 1T2z 5 6
6   Nanako Kura 5t5z 12 10 1t2z 1 5 0T1z 0 1

MenEdit

Rank Name Qualification Semi-Final Final[8]
1   Tomoa Narasaki 4t4z 8 5 2t4z 2 4 2T4z 12 20
2   Jakob Schubert 3t4z 5 6 1t4z 3 12 0T3z 0 10
3   Yannick Flohé 3t5z 5 14 2t4z 13 16 0T3z 0 13
4   Kokoro Fujii 4t4z 5 5 2t4z 5 6 0T3z 0 18
5   Keita Dohi 3t5z 6 8 2t4z 5 10 0T2z 0 9
6   Adam Ondra 5t5z 6 6 3t4z 11 7 0T0z 0 0

LeadEdit

WomenEdit

Rank Name Qualification Semi-Final Final[9]
Route 1 Route 2 Points
Score Rank Score Rank
1   Janja Garnbret TOP 1 TOP 1 1.22 38+ 43+
2   Mia Krampl 35+ 6 32 7 7.35 34 39+
3   Ai Mori 39+ 2 TOP 1 1.73 34+ 38+
4   Seo Chae-hyun 34 8 38 4 5.66 32 38+
5   Akiyo Noguchi 34+ 7 33+ 6 6.48 32 38+
6   Jessica Pilz 37+ 3 31+ 12 8.26 30+ 35+
7   Vita Lukan 28 21 31+ 12 21.18 35 30+
8   Julia Chanourdie 31+ 10 31+ 12 14.97 30+ 30+

MenEdit

Rank Name Qualification Semi-Final Final[10]
Route 1 Route 2 Points
Score Rank Score Rank
1   Adam Ondra TOP 1 31 22 9.07 37+ 34+
2   Alex Megos TOP 1 32+ 7 6.06 40+ 33+
3   Jakob Schubert TOP 1 TOP 1 3.50 30+ 33+
4   Tomoa Narasaki TOP 1 TOP 1 3.50 38 30
5   Sean McColl 31+ 9 TOP 1 5.61 37+ 30
6   Stefano Ghisolfi 28+ 18 TOP 1 8.05 29+ 29+
7   Kai Harada 32+ 8 TOP 1 5.29 31+ 28+
8   Hannes Puman 29+ 11 32+ 7 11.68 29+ 27+

SpeedEdit

WomenEdit

Aleksandra Miroslaw won the women's speed final against Di Niu. In the small final Anouck Jaubert (7.534) won against YiLing Song (9.768) and secured the third place.[11]

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
            
1   Aleksandra Mirosław (POL) 7.472
16   MingWei Ni (CHN) 7.819
  Aleksandra Mirosław (POL) 7.337
  Patrycja Chudziak (POL) 8.008
8   Patrycja Chudziak (POL) 8.114
9   Elena Remizova (RUS) fall
  Aleksandra Mirosław (POL) 7.337
  YiLing Song (CHN) fall
4   Iuliia Kaplina (RUS) 8.465
13   Aleksandra Kałucka (POL) 7.789
  Aleksandra Kałucka (POL) 7.605
  YiLing Song (CHN) 7.192
5   YiLing Song (CHN) 7.436
12   Anna Brożek (POL) 7.945
  Aleksandra Mirosław (POL) 7.129
  Di Niu (CHN) 8.363
2   Mariia Krasavina (RUS) 7.454
15   Andrea Rojas (ECU) 8.202
  Mariia Krasavina (RUS) 7.998
  Di Niu (CHN) 7.814
7   Natalia Kałucka (POL) 7.895
10   Di Niu (CHN) 7.871
  Di Niu (CHN) 7.525
  Anouck Jaubert (FRA) 7.535
3   Anouck Jaubert (FRA) 8.409 Small final
14   Aurelia Sarisson (FRA) 10.504
  Anouck Jaubert (FRA) 7.663   YiLing Song (CHN) 9.76
  Elizaveta Ivanova (RUS) 10.188   Anouck Jaubert (FRA) 7.53
6   Elizaveta Ivanova (RUS) 7.747
11   PeiYang Tian (CHN) 8.080

MenEdit

Ludovico Fossali won the men's speed final against Jan Kriz. In the small final Stanislav Kokorin (5.835) won against Danyil Boldyrev (5.934) and secured the third place.[12]

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
            
1   Dmitrii Timofeev (RUS) 6.150
16   Stanislav Kokorin (RUS) 5.944
  Stanislav Kokorin (RUS) 5.808
  Kostiantyn Pavlenko (UKR) 5.863
8   Sergey Rukin (RUS) fall
9   Kostiantyn Pavlenko (UKR) 6.232
  Stanislav Kokorin (RUS) fall
  Jan Kriz (CZE) 5.986
4   Reza Alipour (IRI) 6.281
13   John Brosler (USA) 9.383
  Reza Alipour (IRI) 7.248
  Jan Kriz (CZE) 6.219
5   Long Cao (CHN) 6.441
12   Jan Kriz (CZE) 6.136
  Jan Kriz (CZE) fall
  Ludovico Fossali (ITA) 6.871
2   Vladislav Deulin (RUS) 5.612
15   QiXin Zhong (CHN) 5.580
  QiXin Zhong (CHN) FS
  Ludovico Fossali (ITA) WC
7   Amir Maimuratov (KAZ) fall
10   Ludovico Fossali (ITA) 5.908
  Ludovico Fossali (ITA) WC
  Danyil Boldyrev (UKR) FS
3   Bassa Mawem (FRA) 7.470 Small final
14   Rishat Khaibullin (KAZ) 7.013
  Rishat Khaibullin (KAZ) 7.613   Stanislav Kokorin (RUS) 5.83
  Danyil Boldyrev (UKR) 7.500   Danyil Boldyrev (UKR) 5.93
6   Danyil Boldyrev (UKR) 5.940
11   ZhiYong Ou (CHN) 6.072

WC - Wildcard
FS - False start

CombinedEdit

Climbers who participated in all three events of bouldering, lead, and speed would receive a combined ranking, and the top 20 of each gender would automatically qualify for the combined event.[6]

In combined competition, scoring is based on a multiplication formula, with points awarded by calculating the product of the three finishing ranks achieved in each discipline within the combined event. A competitor finishing with a first, a second and a sixth would thus be awarded 1 x 2 x 6 = 12 points, with the lowest scoring competitor winning.[13]

WomenEdit

[14]

Rank Name Points Speed Bouldering Lead
Rank Time Rank Score Rank Holds
1   Janja Garnbret 12.00 6 13.399 2 1T2z 1 2 1 Top
2   Akiyo Noguchi 21.00 7 10.082 1 2T2z 3 3 3 40+
3   Shauna Coxsey 42.00 2 9.225 3 1T2z 2 3 7 20
4   Aleksandra Mirosław 64.00 1 7.750 8 0T0z 0 0 8 10
5   Miho Nonaka 80.00 4 12.356 4 1T2z 3 4 5 23+
6   Ai Mori 80.00 8 12.860 5 1T2z 3 7 2 Top
7   Futaba Ito 120.00 5 8.655 6 0T2z 0 2 4 27
8   Petra Klingler 126.00 3 8.901 7 0T2z 0 3 6 23+

MenEdit

[15]

Rank Name Points Speed Bouldering Lead
Rank Time Rank Score Rank Holds
1   Tomoa Narasaki 4.00 2 fall 1 3T3z 4 3 2 30
2   Jakob Schubert 35.00 7 7.208 5 0T3z 0 6 1 Top
3   Rishat Khaibullin 40.00 1 5.915 8 0T1z 0 2 5 22
4   Kai Harada 54.00 3 6.348 6 0T2z 0 6 3 30
5   Meichi Narasaki 60.00 5 6.689 2 1T3z 1 4 6 21
6   Kokoro Fujii 72.00 6 9.438 3 1T3z 2 6 4 29+
7   Mickael Mawem 112.00 4 6.716 4 1T2z 3 4 7 20
8   Alexander Megos 448.00 8 7.570 7 0T1z 0 1 8 0

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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