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Janja Garnbret during the first stage of the Lead World Cup 2017 at Villars in Switzerland
Photo by Eddie Fowke / IFSC
Laura Rogora during the first stage of the Lead World Cup 2017 at Villars in Switzerland
Photo by Eddie Fowke / IFSC
Male podium of the first stage of the Lead World Cup 2017 at Villars in Switzerland: 2. Domen Skofic 1. Romain Desgranges 3. Fedir Samoilov
Photo by Eddie Fowke / IFSC
During the first stage of the Lead World Cup 2017 at Villars in Switzerland
Photo by Eddie Fowke / IFSC

Janja Garnbret and Romain Desgranges win at Villars in Switzerland

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The first stage of the Lead World Cup 2017 was won on Saturday 8 July by Janja Garnbret and Romain Desgranges. The third stage of the Speed World Cup was won the previous evening by Anouck Jaubert and Reza Alipourshenazandifar.

Last weekend at Villars in Switzerland the curtain lifted on the 2017 Lead World Cup Lead. 58 female athletes and male 77 athletes took place in the season debut, in which rookie Laura Rogora climbed superbly along with veteran Jain Kim, scoring provisional first in the Semifinal in her first senior world Cup. This remarkable feat was almost as remarkable as that of 2008 World Cup winner Jorg Verhoeven who qualified for the finals and proved that he’s still a force to be reckoned with 9 years down the line.

In the final, the first out Domen Skofic from Slovenia made significant headway up through the overhangs, and was followed immediately by recently crowned European champion Romain Desgranges who set the highpoint 4 holds higher. Ukraine’s Fedir Samoilov, the best in the semifinals, finished just below them with is best performance to date. German powerhouse Jan Hojer, renowned for his bouldering achievements, produced an fast and inspiring climb to finish fourth - bronze eluded him only due to countback.

In the women's competition all eyes were on Jain Kim and Laura Rogora, first equal after the Semifinal, but also on European Champion Anak Verhoeven and her greatest rival Janja Garnbret. Unlike in Campitello a week ago, this time the young Slovene made no mistakes and top bed out in style, beating her teammate Mina Markovic and Verhoeven. Rogora put up an impressive fight but slipped to sixth, behind Jain Kim and Jessica Pilz; a quite remarkable debut for the 16-year-old Roman who will be competing tomorrow in the second stage of the Lead World Cup in Chamonix.

The third stage of the Speed World Cup took place on Friday and was won by Reza Alipourshenazandifar from Iran who beat the Russians Stanislav Kokorin and Vladislav Deulin. The fastest in the women's competition was French star Anouck Jaubert, ahead of the Russians Iuliia Kaplina and Mariia Krasavina.

LEAD
Male
1 Romain Desgranges FRA 41
2 Domen Skofic SLO 37
3 Fedir Samoilov UKR 35+
4 Jan Hojer GER 35+
5 Yuki Hada JPN 35
6 Christoph Hanke GER 34
7 Jorg Verhoeven NED 33+
8 Sean Bailey USA 32

9 Hannes Puman SWE
10 Keiichiro Korenaga JPN
11 Stefano Ghisolfi ITA
12 Kokoro Fujii JPN
13 Jakub Konecny CZE
14 Thomas Joannes FRA
15 Sebastian Halenke GER
16 Yuval Shemla ISR
17 Aleksei Rubtsov RUS
18 Marcello Bombardi ITA
19 Nicolas Collin BEL
20 Vladislav Shevchenko RUS
21 Loïc Timmermans BEL
22 Francesco Vettorata ITA
23 Martin Tekles GER
24 Javier Cano Blazquez ESP
25 Nao Monchois FRA
26 David Firnenburg GER
27 Piotr Schab POL
28 Max Rudigier AUT
29 Hanwool Kim KOR
30 Jernej Kruder SLO
31 Sergei Bydtaev RUS
32 Masahiro Higuchi JPN
33 Shinichiro Nomura JPN
34 Simon Lorenzi BEL
35 Alberto Gotta ITA
36 Martin Bergant SLO
37 Maciej Dobrzanski POL
38 Minoru Nakano JPN
39 Ramón Julian Puigblanque ESP
40 Seungwoon Cho KOR
41 Sergei Luzhetskii RUS
42 Hiroto Shimizu JPN
43 Elan Jonasmcrae CAN
44 Minyoung Lee KOR
45 Mikhail Chernikov RUS
46 Matthias Schiestl AUT
47 Cesar Grosso BRA
48 Aleksei Shchervianin RUS
49 Tanguy Topin FRA
50 Sam Avezou FRA
51 Ruben Firnenburg GER
52 Mario Lechner AUT
53 Kevin Huser SUI
54 Shoji Chan Cheung-Chi HKG
55 Charli Blein FRA
56 Sungbo Seo KOR
57 Milan Preskar SLO
58 Lasa Temi INA
59 Stepan Volf CZE
60 Martin Kuhnel USA
61 Marco Müller SUI
62 Dimitri Vogt SUI
63 Jonatan Flor Vazquez ESP
64 Sébastien Berthe BEL
65 Àlex Hernández Castilla ESP
66 Štefan Bednar SVK
67 Jj Mah CAN
68 Chi-fung Au HKG
69 Amri Amri INA
70 Louis Debrulle BEL
71 Mykhayil Tkachuk UKR
72 Tomas Binter CZE
72 Gaëtan Massonnet SUI
72 Kyle Murdoch CAN
75 Denis Pail CZE
76 Or Miniely ISR
77 Tsun-ting Ip HKG

Female
1 Janja Garnbret SLO Top
2 Mina Markovic SLO 42+
3 Anak Verhoeven BEL 37+
4 Jain Kim KOR 33+
5 Jessica Pilz AUT 33+
6 Laura Rogora ITA 31
7 Hannah Schubert AUT 28+
8 Mathilde Becerra FRA 12+

9 Anne-Sophie Koller SUI
10 Julia Chanourdie FRA
11 Nolwenn Arc FRA
11 Katherine Choong SUI
11 Ievgeniia Kazbekova UKR
14 Alina Ring SUI
15 Vita Lukan SLO
16 Hélène Janicot FRA
17 Urska Repusic SLO
18 Katharina Posch AUT
19 Salomé Romain FRA
20 Nolwen Berthier FRA
21 Claudia Ghisolfi ITA
22 Julia Fiser AUT
23 Celine Cuypers BEL
24 Michelle Hulliger SUI
25 Chloe Caulier BEL
26 Risa Ota JPN
27 Netta Fredman ISR
28 Evgeniya Lapshina RUS
29 Anouk Piola SUI
30 Johnsen Hafsaas Tina NOR
31 Kajsa Rosen SWE
32 Silvia Cassol ITA
32 Moe Yoshimura JPN
34 Jiwon Bae KOR
35 Léa Delacquis FRA
35 Mia Krampl SLO
37 Jenny Lavarda ITA
38 Alannah Yip CAN
39 Rebecca Frangos CAN
39 Homare Toda JPN
41 Rohma Syarifah Abdul INA
42 Jara Späte SUI
43 Karina Miroslaw POL
44 Joanne Brinkmann SUI
45 Lenka Slezakova CZE
46 Gabriela Vrablikova CZE
47 Luiza Emeleva RUS
48 Virgita Nadya Putri INA
49 Evgeniia Malamid RUS
50 Romy Fuchs GER
51 Denise Plück GER
52 Emilie Pellerin CAN
53 Ann Stirling Lucinda AUS
54 Marion Traber FRA
55 Tereza Kubatova CZE
56 Roxy Perry AUS
57 Laurel Melton USA
58 Jennifer De La Torre USA

SPEED
Male

1 Reza Alipourshena. IRI
2 Stanislav Kokorin RUS
3 Vladislav Deulin RUS
4 Ludovico Fossali ITA
5 Marcin Dzienski POL
6 Sergei Luzhetskii RUS
7 Leonardo Gontero ITA
8 Georgy Artamonov RUS
9 Guillaume Moro FRA
10 Yulianto Abudzar INA
11 Gian Luca Zodda ITA
12 Tonny Mamiri INA
13 Aleksandr Shikov RUS
14 Libor Hroza CZE
15 Dmitrii Timofeev RUS
16 Pangeran Septo Wibowo Siburian INA
17 Alessandro Santoni ITA
18 Syabbuddin Syabbuddin INA
19 Arsenii Bogomolov RUS
20 Rafal Halasa POL
21 Alessandro Cingari ITA
22 Cristian Dorigatti ITA
23 Ihor Tiapkin UKR
24 Seungwoon Cho KOR
25 Jungju Kim KOR
26 Tomasz Sordyl POL
27 Lukas Knapp AUT
28 Chi-fung Au HKG
29 Jan Hojer GER
30 Mateusz Zaremba POL
31 Shoji Chan Cheung-Chi HKG
32 Javier Cano Blazquez ESP
33 David Firnenburg GER
34 Ruben Firnenburg GER
35 Jonatan Flor Vazquez ESP
36 Dimitri Vogt SUI
37 Hannes Puman SWE
38 Christoph Hanke GER
39 Aspar Jaelolo INA
39 Sabri Sabri INA

Female
1 Anouck Jaubert FRA
2 Iuliia Kaplina RUS
3 Mariia Krasavina RUS

4 Elizaveta Ivanova RUS
5 Anna Tsyganova RUS
6 Victoire Andrier FRA
7 Anna Brozek POL
8 Elena Remizova RUS
9 Edyta Ropek POL
10 Patrycja Chudziak POL
11 Puji Lestari INA
12 Alla Marenych UKR
13 Aurelia Sarisson FRA
14 Svetlana Sharova RUS
15 Svetlana Motovilova RUS
16 Daria Kan RUS
17 Klaudia Buczek POL
18 Elisabetta Dalla Brida ITA
18 Farina Handayani INA
20 Syafiiyah Dhorifatus INA
21 Elma Fleuret FRA
21 Nina Lach AUT
23 Alexandra Elmer AUT
24 Andrea Rojas ECU
25 Elena Timofeeva RUS
26 Francesca Vasi ITA
27 Tetiana Kolkotina UKR
28 Silvia Porta ITA
29 Giorgia Randi ITA
30 Alina Ring SUI
31 Luiza Emeleva RUS
32 Alannah Yip CAN
33 Jara Späte SUI
34 Laurel Melton USA
35 Jennifer De La Torre USA

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