Alberto Ginés stays out of the bouldering final in Seoul

The Spaniard Alberto Gines was left today Sunday out of the bouldering final in the Climbing World Cup circuit test disputed in Seoul by finishing in sixteenth place in the semifinal round. The man from Cáceres, Olympic gold and that on Saturday garnered a fifth place in the qualifying roundtoday achieved a top and three zones, with four attempts at top and 13 at zones, insufficient to finish among the top six and get into a final that will have Japanese color And it will be played today.

climbers Japanese swept the semifinal today with three of them in the top positions; Tomoa Narasaki (3t4z 10 8), who already won the first round of the circuit held in Switzerland in April, Kokoro Fujii (3t3z 5 5), who had just finished first in the qualifying round on Saturday in Seoul, and Meiichi Narasaki (2t4z 2 9). They will be joined by Frenchman Paul Jenft, second in the qualifying round and fourth in today’s semi-final with 2t4z 4 6, and two other Japanese, Keita Dohi (2t4z 5 9) and Yoshiyuki Ogata (2t4z 6 4). In the speed modality disputed in Seoul, he won Indonesian Leonardo Veddriqwhile in the female category the Polish Aleksandra Miroslaw did it.

The following bouldering and speed events from the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup World Cup circuit will be played between March 20 and 22 in the American city of Salt Lake City. The Spanish federation (FEDME) has already confirmed that both Alberto Ginés and Érik Noya have been summoned for the Salt Lake City test (USA).

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