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Janja Garnbret wins the Bouldering World Championship 2019 at Hachioji, Japan
Photo by Daniel Gajda / IFSC
Tomoa Narasaki wins the Bouldering World Championship 2019 at Hachioji, Japan
Photo by Daniel Gajda / IFSC
Akiyo Noguchi, Bouldering World Championship 2019, Hachioji, Japan
Photo by Daniel Gajda / IFSC
Jakob Schubert, Bouldering World Championship 2019, Hachioji, Japan
Photo by Daniel Gajda / IFSC

Janja Garnbret, Tomoa Narasaki crowned Bouldering World Champions 2019

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Janja Garnbret from Slovenia and Tomoa Narasaki from Japan were crowned Bouldering World Champions 2019 earlier today in Hachioji, Japan. Akiyo Noguchi and Jakob Schubert took silver, Shauna Coxsey and Yannick Flohé bronze.

The winners of the 2019 Bouldering World Cup Janja Garnbret and Tomoa Narasaki convincingly won 2019 Bouldering World Championship in Hachioji, Japan, earlier today during the third day of the 12-day Climbing World Championships.

Garnbret successfully defended the title she won in Innsbruck 2018 after having dominated both the qualifiers and the semis, and in the Finals she pulled out all the stops with an inspirational top on the boulder #2 which paved the way for the world title. The 20-year-old kept her nerve in the dying seconds of the competition when home favourite Akiyo Noguchi managed to flash boulder #4 and slip into provisional first, piling on the pressure in what was a perfectly scripted final. But Garnbret kept it together and flowed to the top with ease to take a sensational back to back gold for the first time in the history of this sport. In doing so she pushed Noguchi into second place, while Britain’s Shauna Coxsey needed two attempts more than Noguchi to score the same two tops and two zones and won bronze. An inspired Ievgeniia Kazbekova settled for fourth in what is no doubt the best competition of her career, ahead of Miho Nonaka and Nanako Kura.

In the men’s event Tomoa Narasaki regained the title he had won in Paris three years ago by powering his way to the top of two problems and gaining 4 zones. Narasaki’s lone 2 tops aside, the setting proved quite simply too tough for everyone else, with the rest of the field separated on zones and number of attempts needed to reach them. Jakob Schubert from Austria capitalised on his first-ever Bouldering World Championship final and placed second with 3 zones in 10 attempts, ahead of young outsider Yannick Flohé from Germany who took bronze with 3 zones in 13 attempts. Kokoro Fuji and Keita Dohi settled for fourth and fifth respectively while, completely inexplicably, Adam Ondra scored nothing whatsoever and settled for sixth after having absolutely dominated both the qualifiers and semis.

The 253 athletes from 39 different countries have no time to stop and think, as the Climbing World Championships continue with the Lead Qualifications, followed by Speed and Combined. The stakes are higher than ever before as the 7 highest placed athletes of the Combined event qualify for the first-ever Summer Olympic Games, scheduled to take place in Tokyo 2020.

Female
1 Janja Garnbret SLO 3T3z88
2 Akiyo Noguchi JPN 2T2z42
3 Shauna Coxsey GBR 2T2z66
4 Ievgeniia Kazbekova UKR 1T2z34
5 Miho Nonaka JPN 1T2z56
6 Nanako Kura JPN 0T1z01

7 Futaba Ito JPN
7 Alannah Yip CAN
9 Fanny Gibert FRA
10 Petra Klingler SUI
11 YueTong Zhang CHN
12 Lucka Rakovec SLO
13 Chaehyun Seo KOR
14 Kyra Condie USA
15 Anne-Sophie Koller SUI
15 Urska Repusic SLO
17 Sofya Yokoyama SUI
17 Mia Krampl SLO
19 Laura Rogora ITA
20 Luce Douady FRA
21 Afra Hönig GER
21 Vita Lukan SLO
23 Natalia Grossman USA
23 Elena Krasovskaya RUS
25 Jain Kim KOR
25 Viktoriia Meshkova RUS
27 Andrea Kümin SUI
27 Sol Sa KOR
29 Luiza Emeleva RUS
29 Ashima Shiraishi USA
31 Oceania Mackenzie AUS
31 Ai Mori JPN
33 Alex Johnson USA
33 Jessica Pilz AUT
35 Johanna Färber AUT
35 Sandra Lettner AUT
37 Anouck Jaubert FRA
37 Irina Kuzmenko RUS
39 Mei Kotake JPN
39 Elnaz Rekabi IRI
41 Di Niu CHN
41 Brooke Raboutou USA
43 Julia Chanourdie FRA
43 Tatiana Shemulinkina RUS
45 Valentina Aguado ARG
45 Hung Ying Lee TPE
47 Alejandra Contreras CHI
47 Allison Vest CAN
49 Sienna Kopf USA
49 Andrea Rojas ECU
51 Tiffany Melius AUS
51 Margaryta Zakharova UKR
53 Lan Kim KOR
53 Yael Taub ISR
55 Eliska Adamovska CZE
55 Rong Jiang CHN
57 Aleksandra Miroslaw POL
57 Iuliia Panteleeva RUS
59 Lucinda Ann Stirling AUS
59 Puntarika Tunyavanich THA
61 Natalia Kalucka POL
61 Thais Makino Shiraiwa BRA
63 YuZhen Baima CHN
63 Aleksandra Kalucka POL
65 Margarita Agambayeva KAZ
65 YiLing Song CHN
65 Tamara Ulzhabayeva KAZ
68 Prateeksha Arun IND
68 Anna Davey AUS
68 RACHELLE De Charmoy RSA
68 Rebecca Frangos CAN
68 Jayati Gadamshetty IND
68 María Fernanda González Rámirez MEX
68 Valeria Macias Ferreira MEX
68 Assel Marlenova KAZ
68 Roxy Perry AUS
68 Sarah Tetzlaff NZL
68 Wai-ping Yu HKG
79 Anna Brozek POL
79 Patrycja Chudziak POL
79 Jennifer Marie De La Torre MEX
79 Arantza Fernández Gutierrez MEX
79 Dhanshri Lekurwala IND
79 Hsiu-Ju Lin TPE
79 Arantza Luna Velasco MEX
79 Bianca Magalhaes De Castro BRA
79 Siddhi Shekhar Manerikar IND
79 Joanna Neame GBR
79 Amour Paz ISR

Male
1 Tomoa Narasaki JPN 2T4z1220
2 Jakob Schubert AUT 0T3z010
3 Yannick Flohé GER 0T3z013
4 Kokoro Fujii JPN 0T3z018
5 Keita Dohi JPN 0T2z09
6 Adam Ondra CZE 0T0z00

7 Rei Sugimoto JPN
8 Rudolph Ruana USA
9 Kai Harada JPN
10 Jernej Kruder SLO
11 Jan Hojer GER
12 Jongwon Chon KOR
13 Meichi Narasaki JPN
14 Yoshiyuki Ogata JPN
14 Sean Mccoll CAN
16 Manuel Cornu FRA
17 Nathaniel Coleman USA
18 Nathan Phillips GBR
19 Michael Piccolruaz ITA
20 Sergei Skorodumov RUS
21 Hanwool Kim KOR
21 Anze Peharc SLO
23 Mickael Mawem FRA
23 Sergii Topishko UKR
25 Sascha Lehmann SUI
25 Alexander Megos GER
27 Nimrod Marcus ISR
27 Domen Skofic SLO
29 Nicolas Collin BEL
29 Jason Holowach CAN
31 Zach Galla USA
31 Alberto Ginés López ESP
33 Sean Bailey USA
33 Egor Kryachkov RUS
35 Alex Khazanov ISR
35 Vadim Timonov RUS
37 Hannes Puman SWE
37 Evgenii Zazulin RUS
39 William Ridal GBR
39 Gregor Vezonik SLO
41 William Bosi GBR
41 Rishat Khaibullin KAZ
43 YuFei Pan CHN
43 Thilo Jeldrik Schröter NOR
45 Carlos Granja ECU
45 Tim Reuser NED
47 Chia Hsiang Lin TPE
47 Yuval Shemla ISR
49 Stefano Ghisolfi ITA
49 Mikel Asier Linacisoro Molina ESP
51 Chi-fung Au HKG
51 Joe Goodacre USA
53 Marcello Bombardi ITA
53 Ka-chun Yau HKG
55 Cheung-chi Shoji Chan HKG
55 Jabee Kim KOR
57 Campbell Harrison AUS
57 Davoud Rekabi IRI
57 Martin Stranik CZE
60 Ben Abel AUS
61 Ludovico Fossali ITA
61 Nikolai Iarilovets RUS
63 Thomas Farrell AUS
63 Lucas Uchida CAN
65 Sirapob Jirajaturapak THA
65 Aleksandr Shikov RUS
67 Bassa Mawem FRA
67 QiXin Zhong CHN
69 Romain Desgranges FRA
69 Cesar Grosso BRA
71 Alexander Cvetkovski AUS
71 Jakub Konecny CZE
71 Chingkheinganba Maibam IND
74 Rolf Fredrik Serlachius SWE
75 Dohyun Lee KOR
75 Ram Levin ISR
75 George Sanders NZL
75 Danny Valencia ECU
79 John Brosler USA
79 Loïc Timmermans BEL
81 Sam Lavender AUS
81 Yarden Pilpel ISR
83 Singh Adarsh IND
83 Gaurav Kumar IND
85 Zaheer Ahmad PAK
85 Long Cao CHN
85 Marcin Dzienski POL
85 Emmanuel Estrada De Artola MEX
85 Akmal Jumaniyazov UZB
85 Sahil Khan IND
85 Or Miniely ISR
85 Winai Ruangrit THA
85 Emilio Valdez Garduño MEX
85 Ying-Chieh Wen TPE
95 Felipe Ho Foganholo BRA
96 Jan Kriz CZE
97 Thattana Raksachat THA
98 Santiago Garcia ARG
99 Thomas Waldin NZL
100 Damien Blokker RSA
101 Danyil Boldyrev UKR
102 Calrin Curtis RSA
102 Hritik Marne IND
102 Javier Iván Molina Franco MEX

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