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  • Slovenia’s Janja Garnbret wins the 25th Lead World Cup gold medal, 40th medal across all disciplines, and makes it seven wins in a row in Villars
  • Jessica Pilz (AUT) wins silver, following up a bronze in Innsbruck last week
  • Brooke Raboutou wins bronze, the third Lead bronze of her career
  • Five nations were represented in the final; Two Slovenia, Two South Korea, Two Austria, One USA, One Japan
  • All finalists came through the semi-final earlier in the day
  • 4th – Seo Chaehyun (KOR), 5th – Mai Krampl (SLO), 6th – Tanii Natsuki (JPN)
  • The most experienced climber in the competition with 95 appearances, Kim Jain (KOR) came 7th
  • First-time finalist Mattea Pötzi of Austria posted a personal best finishing 8th
Janja Garnbret

“It feels incredible. I’ve always loved Villars. I’ve always loved coming here and I feel a bit like it’s my competition and it’s home here. After Innsbruck, I felt confident and I can see my Lead shape is there. I have been climbing with confidence and that’s how I have climbed in the finals here.”