IFSC Climbing World Cup

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Anna Stöhr at the Boulder Worldcup 2012

The IFSC Climbing World Cup is a series of climbing competitions held annually and organized by the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC). The athletes competes in three disciplines: lead, bouldering and speed. The number of competitions and venues vary from year to year. The first World Cup was held under the auspices of UIAA in 1989, World Cups were held under the auspices of IFSC from 2007.[1] For this reason before 2007 the World Cup was called UIAA Climbing World Cup.

Scoring System[edit]

Individual disciplines[edit]

At the end of each World Cup competition, a trophy is awarded to the winner, the top three athletes are awarded gold, bronze, and silver medals, and the top six athletes are awarded prize money. The top 30 competitors of individual World Cup competitions are eligible to accrue points.

Ranking 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Points 100 80 65 55 51 47 43 40 37 34 31 28 26 24 22
Ranking 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Points 20 18 16 14 12 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

For each discipline (lead, bouldering and speed), the points awarded to each athlete are added together throughout the World Cup series in order to determine an overall World Cup ranking. If an athlete participates in all competitions in a discipline, its worst result is discarded (provided that IFSC organizes at least 6 competitions for that season). At the end of the season, the athlete with highest ranking in each discipline will be considered to be the overall winner of the World Cup series, and will be awarded a trophy. The athletes ranking second and third will be awarded a plate.[2]

National team ranking[edit]

At the end of each competition, a national team ranking is determined, for each discipline, by adding the ranking points of the three highest ranked individual team members. For each discipline (lead, bouldering and speed), the points awarded to each team are added together throughout the World Cup series in order to determine the overall team ranking. If a team participates in all competitions in a discipline, its worst result is discarded (provided that IFSC organizes at least 6 competitions for that season). At the end of the season, the team with highest overall ranking is awarded a throphy.

Combined ranking[edit]

The overall rankings obtained by each athlete in all of the three disciplines (lead, bouldering and speed) are added together to determine a combined ranking. At the end of the season, prizes are awarded to the top three athletes in the combined ranking.

Men's Results[edit]

Lead[edit]

Year Winner Second Third
1989 United Kingdom Simon Nadin France Didier Raboutou United Kingdom Jerry Moffatt
1990 France François Legrand France Jacky Godoffe United States Jim Karn
1991 France François Legrand France François Lombard Japan Yuji Hirayama
1992 France François Legrand Italy Luca Zardini France Jean-Baptiste Tribout
1993 France François Legrand France François Petit Japan Yuji Hirayama
1994 France François Lombard France François Legrand France Jean-Baptiste Tribout
1995 France François Petit France François Legrand France Arnaud Petit
1996 France Arnaud Petit France François Petit Italy Cristian Brenna
1997 France François Legrand France Arnaud Petit France François Petit
1998 Japan Yuji Hirayama Italy Cristian Brenna Ukraine Yevgen Kryvosheytsev
1999 France François Petit France François Legrand Germany Andreas Bindhammer
2000 Japan Yuji Hirayama France Alexandre Chabot Italy Cristian Brenna
2001 France Alexandre Chabot France Gérome Pouvreau Czech Republic Tomáš Mrázek
2002 France Alexandre Chabot Czech Republic Tomáš Mrázek France Gérome Pouvreau
2003 France Alexandre Chabot Spain Ramón Julián Puigblanque France François Auclair
2004 Czech Republic Tomáš Mrázek France Alexandre Chabot Italy Flavio Crespi
2005 Italy Flavio Crespi Netherlands Jorg Verhoeven Switzerland Cédric Lachat
2006 Spain Patxi Usobiaga Lakunza Austria David Lama Italy Flavio Crespi
Czech Republic Tomáš Mrázek
2007 Spain Patxi Usobiaga Lakunza Spain Ramón Julián Puigblanque Czech Republic Tomáš Mrázek
2008 United Kingdom Thomas Elliott Czech Republic Tomáš Mrázek Spain Ramón Julián Puigblanque
2009 Czech Republic Adam Ondra Spain Patxi Usobiaga Lakunza Japan Sachi Amma
2010 Spain Ramón Julián Puigblanque Austria Jakob Schubert Czech Republic Adam Ondra
2011 Austria Jakob Schubert Spain Ramón Julián Puigblanque Japan Sachi Amma
2012 Japan Sachi Amma Spain Ramón Julián Puigblanque Austria Jakob Schubert
2013 Japan Sachi Amma Austria Jakob Schubert Spain Ramón Julián Puigblanque
2014[3] Austria Jakob Schubert Canada Sean McColl Czech Republic Adam Ondra
2015[4] Czech Republic Adam Ondra France Gautier Supper Austria Jakob Schubert
2016[5] Slovenia Domen Škofic Austria Jakob Schubert France Romain Desgranges
2017 France Romain Desgranges Italy Stefano Ghisolfi Japan Keiichiro Korenaga

Bouldering[edit]

Year Winner Second Third
1999 Italy Christian Core Ukraine Serik Kazbekov France Jérôme Meyer
2000 Spain Pedro Pons Russia Salavat Rakhmetov France Daniel Dulac
2001 France Jérôme Meyer Italy Mauro Calibani Spain Daniel Andrada Jimenez
2002 Italy Christian Core United Kingdom Malcolm Smith France Jérôme Meyer
2003 France Jérôme Meyer Russia Salavat Rakhmetov France Daniel Dulac
2004 France Daniel Dulac Austria Kilian Fischhuber France Jérôme Meyer
2005 Austria Kilian Fischhuber France Jérôme Meyer France Daniel Dulac
2006 France Jérôme Meyer Austria Kilian Fischhuber France Gérome Pouvreau
2007 Austria Kilian Fischhuber Russia Dmitri Sarafutdinov France Stephane Julien
2008 Austria Kilian Fischhuber Austria David Lama Russia Dmitri Sarafutdinov
2009 Austria Kilian Fischhuber Russia Rustam Gelmanov Italy Gabriele Moroni
2010 Czech Republic Adam Ondra Austria Kilian Fischhuber Japan Tsukuru Hori
2011 Austria Kilian Fischhuber Russia Dmitri Sarafutdinov France Guillaume Glairon Mondet
2012 Russia Rustam Gelmanov Austria Kilian Fischhuber Austria Jakob Schubert
2013 Russia Dmitri Sarafutdinov Austria Jakob Schubert Canada Sean McColl
2014[6] Germany Jan Hojer Russia Dmitri Sarafutdinov France Guillaume Glairon Mondet
2015[7] South Korea Jongwon Chon Germany Jan Hojer Czech Republic Adam Ondra
2016 Japan Tomoa Narasaki Japan Kokoro Fujii Russia Alexey Rubtsov
2017 South Korea Jongwon Chon Japan Tomoa Narasaki Russia Alexey Rubtsov

Speed[edit]

Year Winner Second Third
1998 Ukraine Andrey Vedenmeer Russia Vladimir Netsvetaev Russia Alexei Kozlov
1999 Poland Tomasz Oleksy Russia Vladislav Baranov Ukraine Vladimir Zakharov
2000 Ukraine Andrey Vedenmeer Russia Iakov Soubbotine Ukraine Vladimir Zakharov
2001 Ukraine Maksym Styenkovyy Russia Alexandre Chaoulsky Russia Alexander Peshekhonov
2002 Russia Alexander Peshekhonov Ukraine Maksym Styenkovyy Russia Sergey Sinitsyn
2003 Poland Tomasz Oleksy Russia Alexander Peshekhonov Russia Iakov Soubbotine
2004 Russia Sergey Sinitsyn Russia Evgenii Vaitcekhovskii Russia Alexander Peshekhonov
2005 Russia Evgenii Vaitcekhovskii Russia Sergey Sinitsyn Poland Tomasz Oleksy
2006 Russia Evgenii Vaitcekhovskii Russia Sergey Sinitsyn Russia Alexander Peshekhonov
2007 Russia Sergey Sinitsyn Russia Evgenii Vaitcekhovskii Russia Alexander Kosterin
2008 Russia Evgenii Vaitcekhovskii Russia Sergey Sinitsyn China Qixin Zhong
2009 Russia Sergey Sinitsyn Russia Sergey Abdrakhmanov Russia Evgenii Vaitcekhovskii
2010 Russia Stanislav Kokorin Russia Evgenii Vaitcekhovskii Czech Republic Libor Hroza
2011 Poland Lukasz Swirk Russia Sergey Sinitsyn Russia Sergey Abdrakhmanov
2012 Russia Stanislav Kokorin Ukraine Danylo Boldyrev Ukraine Yaroslav Gontaryk
2013[8] Russia Stanislav Kokorin Czech Republic Libor Hroza China Qixin Zhong
2014[9] Ukraine Danyil Boldyrev Czech Republic Libor Hroza Poland Marcin Dzienski
2015[10] China Qixin Zhong Czech Republic Libor Hroza Ukraine Danyil Boldyrev
2016[11] Poland Marcin Dzienski Iran Reza Alipour Russia Aleksandr Shikov
2017 Russia Vladislav Deulin Iran Reza Alipour Italy Ludovico Fossali

Combined[edit]

Year Winner Second Third
1999 France François Petit Spain Daniel Andrada Jimenez Poland Tomasz Oleksy
2000 France Alexandre Chabot Russia Salavat Rakhmetov Ukraine Serik Kazbekov
2001 France Alexandre Chabot Ukraine Serik Kazbekov Austria Kilian Fischhuber
2002 Ukraine Maksym Styenkovyy Ukraine Serik Kazbekov Austria Kilian Fischhuber
2003 Poland Tomasz Oleksy Russia Evgeny Ovchinnikov Ukraine Serik Kazbekov
Switzerland Cédric Lachat
2004 Austria Kilian Fischhuber Italy Flavio Crespi France Gérome Pouvreau
2005 Poland Tomasz Oleksy Austria Kilian Fischhuber Russia Dmitri Sarafutdinov
2006 Czech Republic Tomáš Mrázek Austria David Lama Austria Kilian Fischhuber
2007 Netherlands Jorg Verhoeven Czech Republic Tomáš Mrázek Austria Kilian Fischhuber
2008 Austria David Lama Netherlands Jorg Verhoeven Czech Republic Tomáš Mrázek
2009 Czech Republic Adam Ondra Japan Sachi Amma Slovenia Klemen Becan
2010 Czech Republic Adam Ondra Austria Jakob Schubert Japan Sachi Amma
2011 Austria Jakob Schubert Canada Sean McColl Slovenia Klemen Becan
2012 Austria Jakob Schubert Canada Sean McColl Japan Sachi Amma
2013[12] Austria Jakob Schubert Canada Sean McColl Japan Sachi Amma
2014[13] Canada Sean McColl Czech Republic Adam Ondra Slovenia Domen Skofic
2015[14] Czech Republic Adam Ondra Canada Sean McColl Slovenia Domen Skofic
2016 Canada Sean McColl Austria Jakob Schubert Japan Kokoro Fujii
2017 Japan Tomoa Narasaki South Korea Jongwon Chon Japan Kokoro Fujii

Women's Results[edit]

Lead[edit]

Year Winner Second Third
1989 France Nanette Raybaud Italy Luisa Iovane United States Robyn Erbesfield
1990 France Isabelle Patissier
United States Lynn Hill
- France Nanette Raybaud
1991 France Isabelle Patissier Switzerland Susi Good United States Robyn Erbesfield
1992 United States Robyn Erbesfield France Isabelle Patissier United States Lynn Hill
1993 United States Robyn Erbesfield Switzerland Susi Good United States Elena Ovtchinnikova
1994 United States Robyn Erbesfield France Isabelle Patissier France Natalie Richer
1995 United States Robyn Erbesfield France Laurence Guyon France Liv Sansoz
1996 France Liv Sansoz France Laurence Guyon France Stéphanie Bodet
1997 Belgium Muriel Sarkany France Liv Sansoz France Stéphanie Bodet
1998 France Liv Sansoz Belgium Muriel Sarkany France Stéphanie Bodet
1999 Belgium Muriel Sarkany France Liv Sansoz Slovenia Martina Cufar
2000 Belgium Muriel Sarkany France Liv Sansoz France Stéphanie Bodet
2001 Belgium Muriel Sarkany Slovenia Martina Cufar France Sandrine Levet
2002 Belgium Muriel Sarkany France Sandrine Levet Slovenia Martina Cufar
2003 Belgium Muriel Sarkany France Sandrine Levet Austria Angela Eiter
2004 Austria Angela Eiter Belgium Muriel Sarkany Switzerland Alexandra Eyer
Slovenia Natalija Gros
2005 Austria Angela Eiter Slovenia Maja Vidmar France Caroline Ciavaldini
2006 Austria Angela Eiter France Sandrine Levet France Caroline Ciavaldini
2007 Slovenia Maja Vidmar Austria Angela Eiter Belgium Muriel Sarkany
2008 Austria Johanna Ernst Slovenia Maja Vidmar Slovenia Mina Markovic
2009 Austria Johanna Ernst South Korea Jain Kim Slovenia Maja Vidmar
2010 South Korea Jain Kim Slovenia Mina Markovic Austria Angela Eiter
2011 Slovenia Mina Markovic South Korea Jain Kim Slovenia Maja Vidmar
2012 Slovenia Mina Markovic South Korea Jain Kim Austria Johanna Ernst
2013 South Korea Jain Kim Slovenia Mina Markovic Japan Momoka Oda
2014[15] South Korea Jain Kim Slovenia Mina Markovic Austria Magdalena Röck
2015[16] Slovenia Mina Markovic South Korea Jain Kim Austria Jessica Pilz
2016 Slovenia Janja Garnbret Belgium Anak Verhoeven South Korea Jain Kim
2017 Slovenia Janja Garnbret South Korea Jain Kim Belgium Anak Verhoeven

Bouldering[edit]

Year Winner Second Third
1999 France Stéphanie Bodet Russia Elena Choumilova France Sandrine Levet
2000 France Sandrine Levet Russia Elena Choumilova France Delphine Martin
2001 France Sandrine Levet France Myriam Motteau France Corinne Theroux
2002 Ukraine Nataliya Perlova France Myriam Motteau Russia Olga Jakovleva
2003 France Sandrine Levet Russia Olga Bibik Ukraine Nataliya Perlova
2004 France Sandrine Levet Russia Olga Bibik Russia Yulia Abramchuk
2005 France Sandrine Levet Russia Olga Bibik Russia Yulia Abramchuk
2006 Russia Olga Bibik France Juliette Danion Austria Anna Stöhr
2007 France Juliette Danion Ukraine Olga Shalagina Slovenia Natalija Gros
2008 Austria Anna Stöhr Japan Akiyo Noguchi Russia Yulia Abramchuk
2009 Japan Akiyo Noguchi Austria Anna Stöhr Slovenia Natalija Gros
2010 Japan Akiyo Noguchi Austria Anna Stöhr Belgium Chloé Graftiaux
2011 Austria Anna Stöhr Japan Akiyo Noguchi United States Alex Puccio
2012 Austria Anna Stöhr Japan Akiyo Noguchi United Kingdom Shauna Coxsey
2013 Austria Anna Stöhr Japan Akiyo Noguchi United States Alex Puccio
2014[17] Japan Akiyo Noguchi United Kingdom Shauna Coxsey Austria Anna Stöhr
2015[18] Japan Akiyo Noguchi United Kingdom Shauna Coxsey Japan Miho Nonaka
2016 United Kingdom Shauna Coxsey Japan Miho Nonaka France Melissa Le Neve
2017 United Kingdom Shauna Coxsey Slovenia Janja Garnbret Japan Akiyo Noguchi

Speed[edit]

Year Winner Second Third
1998 Ukraine Olga Zakharova Ukraine Alena Ostapenko Ukraine Nataliya Perlova
1999 Ukraine Olga Zakharova Ukraine Alena Ostapenko Russia Zosia Podgorbounskikh
2000 Ukraine Olena Ryepko Ukraine Olga Zakharova Russia Zosia Podgorbounskikh
2001 Ukraine Olga Zakharova Indonesia Agung Ethi Hendrawati Russia Zosia Podgorbounskikh
2002 Ukraine Olena Ryepko Russia Mayya Piratinskaya Russia Valentina Yurina
2003 Russia Valentina Yurina Russia Anna Stenkovaya Ukraine Olena Ryepko
2004 Russia Tatiana Ruyga Russia Anna Stenkovaya Indonesia Agung Ethi Hendrawati
2005 Russia Anna Stenkovaya Russia Valentina Yurina Russia Olga Evstigneeva
2006 Russia Tatiana Ruyga Russia Valentina Yurina Russia Anna Stenkovaya
2007 Russia Tatiana Ruyga Ukraine Svitlana Tuzhylina Russia Anna Stenkovaya
2008 Poland Edyta Ropek Ukraine Olena Ryepko Ukraine Svitlana Tuzhylina
2009 Poland Edyta Ropek Russia Anna Stenkovaya Russia Valentina Yurina
2010 Russia Yuliya Levochkina Russia Kseniia Alekseeva Poland Edyta Ropek
2011 Poland Edyta Ropek Russia Maria Krasavina Russia Alina Gaydamakina
2012 Russia Alina Gaydamakina Russia Yuliya Levochkina Russia Maria Krasavina
2013[19] Russia Alina Gaydamakina Russia Iuliia Kaplina Poland Aleksandra Rudzinska
2014[20] Russia Mariia Krasavina Russia Iuliia Kaplina France Anouck Jaubert
2015[21] Russia Mariia Krasavina France Anouck Jaubert Russia Iuliia Kaplina
2016 Russia Iuliia Kaplina France Anouck Jaubert Poland Klaudia Buczek
2017 France Anouck Jaubert Russia Iuliia Kaplina Russia Mariia Krasavina

Combined[edit]

Year Winner Second Third
1999 Russia Elena Choumilova France Stéphanie Bodet France Isabelle Bihr
2000 France Liv Sansoz France Sandrine Levet Russia Elena Choumilova
2001 France Sandrine Levet Slovenia Martina Cufar Russia Elena Choumilova
Switzerland Annatina Schultz
2002 France Sandrine Levet Ukraine Olga Zakharova Italy Jenny Lavarda
2003 France Sandrine Levet Russia Olga Bibik Austria Barbara Bacher
2004 France Sandrine Levet Italy Jenny Lavarda Switzerland Alexandra Eyer
2005 France Sandrine Levet Russia Anna Stenkovaya Italy Jenny Lavarda
2006 Austria Angela Eiter Slovenia Natalija Gros Slovenia Maja Vidmar
2007 Slovenia Natalija Gros Austria Angela Eiter Ukraine Svitlana Tuzhylina
2008 Japan Akiyo Noguchi Austria Johanna Ernst Slovenia Natalija Gros
2009 Japan Akiyo Noguchi South Korea Jain Kim Austria Johanna Ernst
2010 South Korea Jain Kim Japan Akiyo Noguchi Slovenia Natalija Gros
2011 Slovenia Mina Markovic South Korea Jain Kim Japan Akiyo Noguchi
2012 Slovenia Mina Markovic South Korea Jain Kim Japan Akiyo Noguchi
2013 Slovenia Mina Markovic Japan Akiyo Noguchi Japan Momoka Oda
2014[22] Japan Akiyo Noguchi Slovenia Mina Markovic Japan Momoka Oda
2015[23] South Korea Jain Kim Japan Akiyo Noguchi Japan Yuka Kobayashi
2016 Slovenia Janja Garnbret Japan Akiyo Noguchi Austria Jessica Pilz
2017 Slovenia Janja Garnbret South Korea Jain Kim United Kingdom Shauna Coxsey

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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