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  • Six nations represented in eight climber women’s Lead finals; two Slovenian, two USA, one Japanese, one South Korean, one French, and one Austrian
  • Slovenia’s Janja Garnbret takes gold to do the Boulder and Lead double in Innsbruck – reaching hold 39+
  • Garnbret repeats the feat of 2021 when she also won Boulder and Lead gold at the IFSC World Cup Innsbruck
  • Mori Ai (JPN) takes the silver medal reaching hold 33+
  • Home crowd pleased as Austrian Jessica Pilz takes bronze – first World Cup medal since taking Lead silver in Kranj, Slovenia in 2019 
  • Pilz wins bronze on semi-final result as both Pilz and USA’s Brooke Raboutou reach hold 25+
  • 5th - Seo Chaehyun (KOR), 6th Mia Krampl (SLO), 7th Natalia Grossman (USA), 8th Hélène Janicot (FRA)  
Janja Garnbret

"I loved the route. It was incredible. Even during the observation, I knew it was hard, but this is what we like. We like to show how we fight and what we train for, so this is exactly what we got and I enjoyed every minute of it.
"I’m incredibly grateful to win both the Boulder and Lead, even more grateful because I’m coming back from injury. I’ve never had an injury before so I had no experience or expectations and it’s even more amazing 
coming back because there were a lot of doubts, crying and just a lot of negative thoughts, so coming back on top I’m incredibly grateful."

Janja Garnbret

Elnaz Rekabi

"It was super nice to climb at home here. The crowd was amazing. I wasn’t too happy with my climbing, it was tough to stick the move and I wasn’t satisfied when I fell. I thought for sure the others would beat me, so it was a nice surprise for sure to be back on the podium, it’s definitely been a while.
"It’s great to be on the podium at home, it definitely means more than anywhere else.
It feels really good."

Jessica Pilz

Brooke Raboutou