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Briançon hosts Climbing World Cup 2020: live streaming today and tomorrow

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The first and potentially last stage of the 2020 Lead World Cup is currently taking place in Briançon, France, today and tomorrow. Live streaming from today’s semifinals at 19:30 today, and from the finals tomorrow evening at 19.30.

The first and potentially last leg of the Lead Climbing World Cup 2020 is currently being held at Briançon in France. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the International Federation of Sport Climbing was forced to reschedule practically the entire competition season, but as a result on ensuing cancellations Briançon may well be the only international Lead event. Since travel restrictions might not allow the participation of athletes coming from some areas of the world, no points will be awarded, including World Ranking and World Cup 2020 ranking points meaning that no 
World Cup will be assigned this season.



Nevertheless for the 10th year running the small French town has attracted many of the world’s best and beneath beautiful blue summer skies and a fresh breeze the first qualifiers of the 2020 season took place this morning. Laura Rogora and Janja Garnbret dominated the women’s routes while Adam Ondra was the only athlete to top out on both of the men’s qualifiers, and the top 26 have now progressed to the semifinals that take place at 19:30 this evening. The top eight will qualify for the finals which begin at 19:30 on Saturday evening. Both the Semis and the finals will be streamed live.

IFSC Climbing World Cup Briançon 2020 - Lead Finals

IFSC Climbing World Cup Briançon 2020 - Lead Semi-Finals

SEMIFINAL WOMEN:

1 Laura Rogora ITA
2 Nina Arthaud FRA
3 Janja Garnbret SLO
4 Vita Lukan SLO
5 Tjasa Kalan SLO
6 Lucija Tarkus SLO
6 Jessica Pilz AUT
8 Giorgia Tesio ITA
8 Fanny Gibert FRA
10 Julia Fiser AUT
11 Camille Pouget FRA
12 Julia Chanourdie FRA
13 Eliska Adamovska CZE
14 Christine Schranz AUT
15 Claudia Ghisolfi ITA
16 Heloïse Doumont BEL
17 Tjasa Slemensek SLO
18 Salomé Romain FRA
19 Nolwenn Arc FRA
20 Lucie Watillon BEL
21 Ina Plassoux Djiga FRA
21 Hannah Meul GER
23 Ilaria Scolaris ITA
24 Martina Demmel GER
25 Lana Skusek SLO
26 Marketa Janosova CZE

SEMIFINAL MEN:
1 Adam Ondra CZE
2 Jakob Schubert AUT
3 Alexander Megos GER
4 Domen Skofic SLO
5 Mejdi Schalck FRA
6 Nao Monchois FRA
7 Luka Potocar SLO
8 Mathias Posch AUT
9 Hugo Parmentier FRA
10 Paul Jenft FRA
11 Rishat Khaibullin KAZ
12 Sam Avezou FRA
13 Diego Fourbet FRA
14 Jakub Konecny CZE
15 Marcello Bombardi ITA
16 Alistair Duval FRA
17 Jeremy Bonder FRA
18 Alberto Ginés López ESP
19 Philipp Martin GER
20 Leo Avezou FRA
21 Filip Schenk ITA
22 Christoph Hanke GER
23 Yannick Flohé GER
24 Martin Stranik CZE
25 Loïc Timmermans BEL
26 Davide Marco Colombo ITA
27 Adrien Lemaire FRA

IFSC - CLIMBING WORLD CUP (L) - BRIANÇON (FRA) 2020

Qualification Women
1 Laura Rogora ITA 1.94
1 Janja Garnbret SLO 1.94
3 Julia Chanourdie FRA 3.16
4 Vita Lukan SLO 4.18
5 Nolwenn Arc FRA 5.74
6 Eliska Adamovska CZE 6.2
7 Tjasa Kalan SLO 7.48
8 Christine Schranz AUT 8.62
9 Jessica Pilz AUT 9.54
9 Lucija Tarkus SLO 9.54
11 Tjasa Slemensek SLO 11.96
12 Salomé Romain FRA 11.98
13 Claudia Ghisolfi ITA 14.42
14 Lana Skusek SLO 14.87
15 Giorgia Tesio ITA 15.72
15 Camille Pouget FRA 15.72
15 Fanny Gibert FRA 15.72
18 Heloïse Doumont BEL 16.25
19 Lucie Watillon BEL 17.48
20 Nina Arthaud FRA 17.54
21 Marketa Janosova CZE 18.55
22 Hannah Meul GER 20.99
22 Ina Plassoux Djiga FRA 20.99
24 Ilaria Scolaris ITA 21.95
25 Julia Fiser AUT 23.74
26 Martina Demmel GER 26.48
27 Roxana Wienand GER 27.75
28 Lucia Dörffel GER 28.96
29 Agathe Calliet FRA 31.96
30 Michaela Smetanova CZE 32.19
31 Luisa Flohé GER 32.33
32 Colette Bobenrieth FRA 33.2
33 Silvia Cassol ITA 33.25
34 Stasa Gejo SRB 33.99
34 Ana Belén Argudo Marugan ESP 33.99
36 Eva Maria Hammelmüller AUT 34.09
37 Mattea Pötzi AUT 34.6
38 Saula Lerondel FRA 35.41
39 Nikola Kralikova CZE 36.99
40 Maria Benach Zubero ESP 38.99
41 Aida Torres Illamola ESP 40.42
42 Tereza Širůčková CZE 40.47
43 Bianca Magalhaes De Castro BRA 41.75

Qualification Men
1 Adam Ondra CZE 1.22
2 Jakob Schubert AUT 2.29
3 Alexander Megos GER 3.97
3 Alberto Ginés López ESP 3.97
5 Rishat Khaibullin KAZ 6.54
6 Mejdi Schalck FRA 9.5
6 Domen Skofic SLO 9.5
6 Luka Potocar SLO 9.5
9 Nao Monchois FRA 9.72
10 Sam Avezou FRA 9.87
11 Diego Fourbet FRA 11.54
12 Hugo Parmentier FRA 11.68
13 Marcello Bombardi ITA 12.33
14 Martin Stranik CZE 15.56
15 Mathias Posch AUT 16.32
16 Philipp Martin GER 16.6
17 Christoph Hanke GER 18.11
17 Alistair Duval FRA 18.11
19 Leo Avezou FRA 18.55
20 Jakub Konecny CZE 19.29
21 Filip Schenk ITA 20.12
22 Loïc Timmermans BEL 20.2
23 Paul Jenft FRA 20.59
24 Davide Marco Colombo ITA 20.75
25 Yannick Flohé GER 22.86
26 Adrien Lemaire FRA 23.59
26 Jeremy Bonder FRA 23.59
28 Francesco Vettorata ITA 24.98
29 Simon Potucek CZE 26.4
29 Jan Hojer GER 26.4
31 Nicolas Collin BEL 28.62
32 Ziga Zajc SLO 30.48
33 Ties Vancraeynest BEL 32.81
34 Mikel Asier Linacisoro Molina ESP 33.05
35 Max Kleesattel GER 33.16
36 Martin Bergant SLO 35.05
37 Stefan Scherz AUT 36.41
38 Arno Luypaert BEL 36.44
39 Héctor Bazan Martín ESP 37.01
40 Milan Preskar SLO 37.73
41 Georg Parma AUT 38.5
42 Ludovico Fossali ITA 40.23
42 Stepan Potucek CZE 40.23
42 Sven Lempereur BEL 40.23

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