World Cup Rankings after four events


23 July 2022

1. Tasei Homma JPN 2990 - Janja Garnbret SLO 4 000
2. Jesse Grupper USA 2 522 - Chaehyun Seo KOR 2 795
3. Colin Duffy 2 390 USA - Brooke Raboutou USA 2 560
4. Yannick Flohe GER 2 200 - Laura Rogora ITA 2 520
5. Luca Potocar SLO 1925 - Natalia Grossman USA 2 370
6. Sean Bailey USA 1 525 - Natsuki Tanii JPN 2050

Team ranking
1. USA 11 882
2. Japan 11 215
3. Slovenia 9 984
4. France 6 214
5. Italy 5 493

Until 2018, the IFSC Lead World Cup has been dominated by Europe and Japan with the USA normally around #8. The amazing progress by Team USA started when they began focusing on the Olympics and established a national centre in Salt Lake City run by Josh Larson. Noteworthy is also that all the four first WCs have been run in Europe and that two of the three remaining also will take place in Europe. (c) Lena Drapella/IFSC

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