Highlights of IFSC Climbing World Cup in Xiamen, E China's Fujian

October 31, 2018  Editor: Wang Yue
Highlights of IFSC Climbing World Cup in Xiamen, E China's Fujian
Champion Aries Susanti Rahayu (C) of Indonesia, second place winner Iuliia Kaplina (L) of Russia and third place winner Anouck Jaubert of France pose on the podium after the women's speed competition of the IFSC Climbing World Cup in Xiamen, East China's Fujian Province, Oct 28. [Xinhua]

 

The International Federation of Sport Climbing World Cup 2018 closed in Xiamen, East China's Fujian Province on Oct 28. The finale of this year's events, it attracted 112 top athletes from 22 countries and regions.

The IFSC Climbing World Cup is a series of climbing competitions held annually and organized by the IFSC.

Xiamen's world cup produced four single champions of men's and women's speed and lead competitions. The awarding ceremony for speed, lead and individual all-around champions of the year was held at the same time.

 

Highlights of IFSC Climbing World Cup in Xiamen, E China's Fujian
Champion Jessica Pilz (C) of Austria, second place winner Janja Garnbret (L) of Slovenia and third place winner Akiyo Noguchi of Japan pose on the podium after the women's lead competition of the IFSC Climbing World Cup in Xiamen, East China's Fujian Province, Oct 28. [Xinhua]
Highlights of IFSC Climbing World Cup in Xiamen, E China's Fujian
Jessica Pilz of Austria competes during the women's lead competition of the IFSC Climbing World Cup in Xiamen, East China's Fujian province, Oct 28. [Xinhua]

 

(Source: China Daily)

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