Toulouse Start List and Schedule

 

The next Olympic Qualifying event for Sport Climbing begins in two days. The final invitations have been sent out, including to the four athletes whose invitations were previously revoked based on a last minute rule change (Jernej Kruder (SLO), Aleksei Rubtsov (RUS), Sandra Lettner (AUT), Luliia Kaplina (RUS)). Japan is sending six athletes despite having already filled their maximum quota at the Hachioji World Championships.

Five American athletes have been invited: Kyra Condie, Ashima Shiraishi, Margo Hayes, Nathaniel Coleman and Sean Bailey. They must make top six in Toulouse in order to receive Olympic invitations. The top six will exclude any athletes from countries that have already filled their quota, such as Japan.

The top athlete to watch is Adam Ondra (CZE), who had a perfect lead season and missed out on his Olympic qualification in Hachioji after stepping on a bolt. Ondra placed second in the Combined 2019 ranking behind Tomoa Narasaki (JPN).

18-year-old Lucka Rakovec (SLO) made waves earlier this year when she qualified for her first World Cup finals in Moscow and then made finals in four more subsequent World Cups. Rakovec is currently leading the women’s pack, with YueTong Zhang (CHN) hot on her heels. 

Below find the complete list of invited athletes and the Toulouse schedule.


Start List

Women

    1. Lucka Rakovec (SLO)
    2. YueTong Zhang (CHN)
    3. Fanny Gibert (FRA)
    4. Jain Kim (KOR)
    5. Julia Chanourdie (FRA)
    6. Ai Mori (JPN)
    7. Mia Krampl (SLO)
    8. Futaba Ito (JPN)
    9. Kyra Condie (USA)
    10. Anouck Jaubert (FRA)
    11. YILing Song (CHN)
    12. Sol Sa (KOR)
    13. Ashima Shiraishi (USA)
    14. Aries Susanti Rahayu (INA)
    15. Levgeniia Kazbekova (UKR)
    16. Laura Rogora (ITA)
    17. Alannah Yip (CAN)
    18. Elnaz Rekabi (IRI)
    19. Aleksandra Kalucka (POL)
    20. Margo Hayes (USA)
    21. Sandra Lettner (AUT)
    22. Luliia Kaplina (RUS)

Men

    1. Adam Ondra (CZE)
    2. Kokoro Fujii (JPN)
    3. YuFei Pan (CHN)
    4. Jan Hojer (GER)
    5. William Bosi (GBR)
    6. Sascha Lehmann (SUI)
    7. Meichi Narasaki (JPN)
    8. Manuel Cornu (FRA)
    9. Rei Sugimoto (JPN)
    10. Nikolai Yarilovets (RUS)
    11. Jongwon Chon (KOR)
    12. Alberto Ginés López (ESP)
    13. Keita Dohi (JPN) 
    14. Bassa Mawem (FRA)
    15. Yannick Flohé (GER)
    16. Alfian Muhammad (INA)
    17. Stefano Ghisolfi (ITA)
    18. Anze Peharc (SLO)
    19. Nathaniel Coleman (USA)
    20. Sean Bailey (USA)
    21. Jernej Kruder (SLO)
    22. Aleksei Rubtsov (RUS)

Schedule

Thursday November 28: Men’s Qualification 

11 a.m. JST (3 a.m. MST) Men’s Speed Qualification

1 p.m. JST ( 5 a.m. MST) Men’s Bouldering Qualification

4:45 p.m. JST (8:45 a.m. MST) Men’s Lead Qualification

Friday November 29: Women’s Qualification

11 a.m. JST (3 a.m. MST) Women’s Speed Qualification

1 p.m. JST (5 a.m. MST) Women’s Bouldering Qualification

4:45 p.m. JST (8:45 a.m. MST) Women’s Lead Qualification

Saturday November 30: Men’s Final

7 p.m. JST (11 a.m. MST) Men’s Speed Final

7:45 p.m. JST (11:45 a.m. MST) Men’s Bouldering Final 

9:40 p.m. JST (1:40 p.m. MST) Men’s Lead Final

10:35 p.m. JST (2:35 p.m. MST) Men’s Award ceremony

Sunday December 1: Women’s Final

2 p.m. JST (6 a.m. MST) Women’s Speed Final

2:45 p.m. JST (6:45 a.m. MST) Women’s Bouldering Final 

4:40 p.m. JST (8:40 a.m. MST) Women’s Lead Final

5:35 p.m. JST (9:35 a.m. MST) Women’s Award ceremony

Feature Image Eddie Fowke/IFSC


 

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