2012 IFSC World Cup – Inzai, Japan (Oct.27-28)

The Inzai round of the 2012 IFSC Lead World Cup was held last weekend in Japan.

Although an exciting round, the Men’s finals route was set too easy, with a total of 7 tops, meaning Men’s rankings were based on Semi-Finals scores, so this week we are showing both Finals and Semi-Finals so that you can see the results-determining climb for both Women and Men, respectively.

Finals(Determines Women’s Rankings)

Video Contents

  • 33:00 Mina Markovic
  • 39:00 Akiyo Noguchi
  • 54:00 Momoka Oda
  • 1:08:00 Maja Vidmar
  • 1:15:00 Jain Kim

Semi-Finals(Determines Men’s Rankings)

Video Contents

  • 10:00 Hung Ying Lee (Taiwan)
  • 2:05:00 Jakob Schubert
  • 2:18:30 Ramon Julian Puigblanque
  • 2:25:00 Sachi Amma




  1. Ramón Julian Puigblanque(ESP)   TOP Semi-finals
  2. Jakob Schubert(AUT)  46 Semi-finals
  3. Sachi Amma(JPN)  45+ Semi-finals


  1. Mina Markovic(SLO) TOP
  2. Jain Kim(KOR)  51+
  3. Maja Vidmar(SLO) 49+


Results guide:  

Athletes are listed by ranking, with their country. A numeric score is listed after their name indicating their height reached on the route, based on the numbered handhold.

A + indicates an climber touched the hold but did not “maintain control”.

TOP indicates a climber has topped a route. In the event of a tie, the score from the previous round(Finals->SemiFinals->Qualifications) is used and indicated.


Source: IFSC Climbing



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