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It is hard to imagine a better finish to these IFSC World Championships than what took place in the Men Lead Finals.
A dyno at the base of the route started the applause, followed by powerful steep climbing in the middle section and a taxing final traverse on crimps and slopers. Romain Desgranges set a new high point on the top panel for the French crowd, and not long after his teammate, Gautier Supper, marched into the last crimp section for Bronze. Supper fell just short of the mark of Austrian Jakob Schubert, winner of the 2012 IFSC World Championships in Paris. The story of the round, though, was the performance of the final Athlete to step onto the stage today: Adam Ondra of the Czech Republic. All eyes were on the reigning Lead world champion, who made quick work of the Finals route. Not only did Ondra surpass Schubert’s impressive high point, the legendary Athlete stuck the succeeding dyno and turned around to wave for more support. Ondra clipped the chains for the sole Top, with over seven thousand fans standing in awe.
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Men AL-2 (leg amputees) finalists impressed at the AccorHotels Arena on Sunday as well.
Julien Gasc got the crowd roaring by passing the high point of American Ronald Dickson, runner-up at the IFSC World Championships in 2014. The Frenchman wore the Silver medal this year and was also awarded with a wealth of support from his home crowd. Two Athletes from Spain joined him on the podium. Iván Germán Pascual fell at Dickson’s mark but won Bronze due to a countback to Qualifications. Expectations of what was possible on this Finals route changed after Albert Guardia Ferrer’s inspiring performance. The Spaniard climbed more than ten holds further than the field, and the fans in Paris showed their appreciation with a standing ovation.
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