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Competing in Kranj, on 18/11 Maja Vidmar from Slovenia and Patxi Usobiaga from Spain won the Lead World Cup 2007. The Slovenian stage was won by Vidmar ahead Irati Anda Villanueva (ESP) and Lucka Franko (SLO), while Swiss Cédric Lachat won the men's event ahead of Flavio Crespi (ITA) and Tomasz Mrazek (CZE).
On 09/09/2007 Ramon Julian Puigblanque from Spain and Angela Eiter from Austria won Rock Master 2007. Flavio Crespi from Italy and Tomas Mrazek from the Czech Republic placed second and third respectively, as did Maja Vidmar from Slovenia and Irati Anda Villanueva from Spain.
On 13/07 Flavio Crespi and Maja Vidmar won the third stage of the IFSC World Cup Lead in Chamonix (FRA).
On Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 June Flavio Crespi, one of the strongest athletes in the climbing world ranking, will be the special guest of this year's sixth edition of the Rock Junior. This great European Youth Climbing Festival is open to all children aged 5 -13 and their families and takes place yearly at Arco, Lake Garda, Trentino, Italy.
Sandrine Levet from France and Ramón Julián Puigblanque from Spain win the XX Rock Master in Arco (Trentino, Lago di Garda). Flavio Crespi, the best of the Italians, placed 4th.
On 29/05 Flavio Crespi and Angela Eiter won the first stage of the World Cup Lead in Puurs (BEL). 16 year old David Lama placed 2nd at his debut performance.
20/11 Historic Italian victory in Kranj: Flavio Crespi is the first Italian to win the Climbin World Cup Lead. The Women's World Cup was won by Angela Eiter from Austria.
Flavio Crespi, Alexandre Chabot and Angela Eiter win the sixth stage of the World Cup Lead 2005 in Marbella, Spain.
Flavio Crespi and Angela Eiter have won the third round of the Lead Worldcup 2005, held in Imst, Austria, last weekend.
The Lead Worldcup 2005 started in Bulgaria's Veliko Tarnovo last weekend and was won by Italian Flavio Crespi and Austrian Angela Eiter.
The eigth stage of the Difficulty World Cup 2004 was won last weekend by Flavio Crespi and Alexandra Eyer.
Jenny Lavarda and Flavio Crespi won the Italian Difficulty Championships in Penne last weekend, while Christian Bindhammer and Damaris Knorr won the German Championship in Scheidegg
Flavio Crespi and Jenny Lavarda win the 18th Italian Championship in Aprica 2002