Munich – Janja Garnbret won gold in the new boulder & lead event on Wednesday, her third consecutive gold medal at the European Championships in Munich. Another Slovenian, Mia Krampl, finished in second place.
Garnbret left nothing to chance as she dominated both the boulder and the lead events: there were 200 points available in both events and she took home 199.9 points.
Munich – Slovenia’s best climber Janja Garnbret was crowned the European champion in lead in Munich on Saturday, her second European champion title after winning one in combined in 2017. Garnbret is aiming for two more gold medals at the European Championships in Germany, in combined and bouldering.
Lausanne – Climber Janja Garnbret continued her winning streak on Saturday, taking first place in women’s lead event in Villars, Switzerland, earning her 50th world cup podium and 34th first place.
The Olympic gold medallist was the only climber in male and female competition to make it to the top of both climbing walls in the semifinals and finals at yesterday’s competition.
Innsbruck – Olympic gold medallist Janja Garnbret won the World Cup lead event in Innsbruck on Sunday, becoming the first competitor to notch up 33 World Cup wins in climbing.
The win comes after a long break – she last competed in early April – during which she eschewed bouldering events to focus on lead, in particular the European Championship in August.
Ljubljana – The Slovenian Tourist Board (STO) has entered a partnership with Janja Garnbret, currently the world’s best female climber, multiple world champion and Olympic gold medallist. Garnbret has thus joined a number of Slovenian top athletes who have become ambassadors of Slovenian tourism, the STO announced on Wednesday.