Totally open affair among the male


Sunday, 5 May

1. Tomoa Narasaki 260 JPN 2. Adam Ondra 204 CHE 3. Kokoro Fujii 190 JPN 4. Rei Sugimoto 179 JPN 5. Aleksey Rubtsov 159 RUS 6. Anze Peharc 154 SLO 7. Jernej Kruder 151 SLO Complete results Interesting is that both Tomoa and Adam have just done three events. Further more as Tomoa and another four of the best Japaneses will skip Munich in two weeks, anybody ranked in Top-20 can still win theoretically. However, in practice it is probably a battle in between Ondra and Narasaki with Peharc and Kruder as the first challengers. The ones having not performed up to standard are especially Sean McColl with 31 points and Alex Megos with 49 points but also Alex Khazanov with 63, Gregor Vezonik with 81 and Jakob Schubert with 84 points. It should be mentioned that for the non-Japanese, the Munich WC is the best option to get a good score for the Combined World Cup 2019.

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