2011 Bouldering World Cup Vienna Results

2011 Bouldering World Cup Vienna Results

The 3rd leg of the 2011 World Cup Bouldering circuit took place this past weekend in Vienna, Austria.  The American contingent grew as Alex Puccio (2nd) and Alex Johnson (t-25th) were joined by Ethan Pringle who finished 16th in his first boudering World Cup appearance in 6 years.  Here are the rest of the results:

2011 Bouldering World Cup – Vienna, Austria
Men’s Final Results Women’s Final Results
  1. Dmitry Sharafutdinov RUS 1t4 4b7
  2. Klemen Becan SLO 1t5 4b12
  3. Lukas Ennemose AUT 0t 3b9
  4. Loïc Gaidioz FRA 0t 2b2
  5. Jernej Kruder SLO 0t 2b2
  6. Rustam Gelamanov RUS 0t 2b6

Full Men’s Results

  1. Anna Stöhr AUT 4t13 4b4
  2. Alex Puccio USA 2t2 3b3
  3. Olga Shalagina UKR 1t1 3b3
  4. Jain Kim KOR 1t1 2b2
  5. Anne-Laure Chevrier FRA 1t3 4b9
  6. Petra Klingler SUI 1t4 4b8

Full Women’s Results

Not sure what scores like 1t4 4b7 mean?  Check out this post from last week where I tried my best to explain the World Cup scoring system.

Some nice photos from the event can be seen on the event’s Facebook page.

The next stop on the World Cup Bouldering circuit is in two weeks in Canmore, Alberta, Canada.  The event’s proximity to the U.S. already has a list of more familiar names set to compete.

For a look back on the first two stops of the 2011 season you can check out these excellent videos by Udo Neumann from the 1st stop in Milan and from stop #2 in Log-Draomer, Slovenia.

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5 Responses to 2011 Bouldering World Cup Vienna Results

  1. Bryan May 16, 2011 at 4:05 pm #

     Seems to have had some pretty brutal problems on the men’s side with scores that low. Or have I read something wrong?

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    • David May 16, 2011 at 4:56 pm #

      You haven’t. The route setting was too hard, so it all came down to the bonus holds.

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      • Bryan May 16, 2011 at 8:58 pm #

        Do you think it was do to poor route setting or the problems just didn’t match anybody’s style?  I remember some time ago reading on here about a competition here in the states (I think Teva, but I’m not certain) that had far too many dynos and overall had quite a few bad reviews in regards to the setting.

        Similar circumstance? Anybody get to see the comp live or on a web feed?

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  2. Spraylord May 18, 2011 at 5:08 pm #

    I could give a crap. I wanna know what Adam Ondra is doing!

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