Ondra – Markovic : La Sportiva is golden in Kranj

The La Sportiva ambassador Adam Ondra and Mina Markovic won the 2015 Lead World Cup. After them, Supper - Schubert and Kim - Pilz

The 2015 IFSC World Cup season wrapped up in Kranj, Slovenia with a Lead competition that saw some amazing performances! In a truly electric atmosphere, Adam Ondra and Mina Markovic  took gold and secured the 2015 Lead World Cup title! The Czech prodigy seems to be in a particularly great shape at the moment. After his victory in Wujiang (CHN) one month ago, he has done it again in Kranj with a very strong performance that gave him the gold. Sean McColl  (CAN) is 2nd with a score of 37, and Jakob Schubert (AUT) completes the podium with a score of 36+. Adam Ondra’s victory in Kranj gave him the 2015 Lead World Cup title in front of Gautier Supper (FRA), who is 2nd in the Lead World Cup ranking, and Jakob Schubert, who is 3rd. Last but not least, Adam Ondra is also the 2015 IFSC Combined World Cup winner. The Combined World Cup silver medal went to Sean McColl, and the Combined World Cup bronze medal went to Domen Skofic (SLO). In the women's final, Mina Markovic took gold with a narrow margin in front of Jessica Pilz (AUT), who posted the same score but placed second due to count back, and Janja Garnbret (SLO), who completes the podium. Once again, the legendary rivalry between Mina Markovic and Jain Kim (KOR) reached an apex in Kranj as the two competed for the 2015 Lead World Cup title. With her victory tonight, Mina Markovic secured the title for the first time since 2012. Behind, Jain Kim is second and Jessica Pilz is third. In the 2015 Combined World Cup ranking, Jain Kim is first in front of Akiyo Noguchi (JPN) and Yuka Kobayashi (JPN). All results, replays and pictures of the competition are available here: 2015 IFSC Overall Lead World Cup Rankings Women  1st place 527 points: Mina Markovic (SLO)  2nd 461: Jain Kim (KOR)  3rd 435: Jessica Pilz (AUT)  4th 381: Anak Verhoeven (BEL)  5th 298: Helene Janicot (FRA)  6th 234: Yuka Kobayashi (JPN)  7th 225: Janja Garnbret (SLO)  8th 217: Risa Ota (JPN)  9th 207: Tjasa Kalan (SLO)  10th 201: Mathilde Becerra (FRA)    Men  1st place 458 points: Adam Ondra (CZE)  2nd 400: Gautier Supper (FRA)  3rd 396: Jakob Schubert (AUT)  4th 376: Domen Skofic (SLO)  5th 354: Romain Desgranges (FRA)  6th 335: Ramon Julian Puigblanque (ESP)  7th 259: Sebastian Halenke (GER)  8th 253: Sean McColl (CAN)  9th 252: Stefano Ghisolfi (ITA)  10th 240: Minoru Nakano (JPN)