_ from Innsbruck reports Bernd Staib _
- reparation of the worst boulder top quality is successful
- Routiniers Megos and Schubert miss the final concentrate on Lead World Cup
After the hard start on Wednesday at the beginning of the last Boulder World Cup in Innsbruck, Flohé made a solid appearance in the semifinals and protected the 2nd last straight. After the unexpected triumph in Brixen two weeks ago, the 22-year-old fights for the medals again on Thursday evening (from 7.45 p.m.).
reparation of the worst boulder top quality is successful
After my worst stone credentials on the planet Cup, as he claimed, Flohé needed to go to the wall surface early (starting in the reverse order) to address the four bouldering problems. Apparently there was a specific urge to apologize in the Essener, since the initial three paths he topped lively and also just with 6 attempts. Flohé additionally made an area rating at the last bouldering issue, which only 2 of the 20 semi-finalists (Maximillian Milne as well as Rei Kawamata).
With this result, his examination of patience-18 other professional athletes began to push previous him at the scoreboard during that time. Flohé was only revamped by three competitors: Yoshiyuki Ogata from Japan, Colin Duffy from the USA and also Kokoro Fujii referred him to 4th area, to make sure that he was back to the final of the top six athletes.
Ideal boulderer in the semi-finals: the Japanese Yoshiyuki Ogata. Picture: Dimitris Tosidis/ IFSC
Routiniers Megos and Schubert miss the final concentrate on Lead World Cup
In addition to Megos, the Innsbruck local hero Jakob Schubert also missed out on the final in the final expense, Tokyo’s Olympic third. Megos and Schubert, fairly proficient in the current World Cup scene, focus on the first lead World Cup of the period, which likewise starts in Innsbruck on Saturday.
It was clear at an early stage that the 28-year-old Erlanger would certainly miss the last. He became 13th in the last accounting, yet he directly missed the final. He was just millimeters 3 times to get to the 2nd leading needed for the last.
Alex Megos, the 2nd DAV athlete in the semi-finals, began as 16. The qualification and attained a top as well as 3 zones. It was clear at a beginning that the 28-year-old Erlanger would certainly miss the final. He became 13th in the final accounting, yet he narrowly missed the final. He was just millimeters 3 times to get to the 2nd leading required for the final. Nevertheless, both South Koreans Doyhun Lee and Jongwon Chon finished the field of the final.