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Tokyo 2020 Olympics


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A showcase of the selected climbers for Tokyo 2020. In these interactive 'sports card' style profiles, you'll find competition stats and action shots alongside bios and analysis written by (IFSC Commentator) Charlie Boscoe and Natalie Berry, with some predictions and trivia thrown in for good measure.

32 athletes have been confirmed so far, while eight places remain due to the ongoing disruption to the qualification pathway. The climbers can be sorted by seed*, Speed PB or Boulder and Lead results to see how they measure up against one another in each discipline. Thanks to Eddie Fowke of The Circuit Climbing for the provision of photos, Tim Leong for sharing the collated data on his webpage and Tim Hatch for verifying Speed PBs.

*Only the first eight athletes are currently seeded. Seed list TBC.

Athletes


Women

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Janja Garnbret
Seed: 1
PB: 9.157s
11 wins 14 podiums
15 wins 26 podiums
Akiyo Noguchi
Seed: 2
PB: 9.391s
21 wins 58 podiums
0 wins 9 podiums
Shauna Coxsey
Seed: 3
PB: 9.141s
11 wins 30 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Aleksandra Mirosław
Seed: 4
PB: 7.129s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Miho Nonaka
Seed: 5
PB: 8.432s
3 wins 19 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Petra Klingler
Seed: 6
PB: 8.901s
1 win 1 podium
0 wins 0 podiums
Brooke Raboutou
Seed: 7
PB: 9.129s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Jessica Pilz
Seed: 8
PB: 9.564s
0 wins 1 podium
2 wins 17 podiums
Julia Chanourdie
Seed: TBC
PB: 8.94s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 1 podium
Mia Krampl
Seed: TBC
PB: 12.118s
0 wins 1 podium
0 wins 0 podiums
Iuliia Kaplina
Seed: TBC
PB: 7.37s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Kyra Condie
Seed: TBC
PB: 8.675s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Laura Rogora
Seed: TBC
PB: 10.518s
0 wins 0 podiums
1 win 0 podiums
YiLing Song
Seed: TBC
PB: 7.101s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Alannah Yip
Seed: TBC
PB: 9.119s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Anouck Jaubert
Seed: TBC
PB: 7.321s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums

Men

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Tomoa Narasaki
Seed: 1
PB: 6.292s
4 wins 17 podiums
0 wins 4 podiums
Jakob Schubert
Seed: 2
PB: 7.115s
3 wins 9 podiums
18 wins 50 podiums
Rishat Khaibullin
Seed: 3
PB: 5.863s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Kai Harada
Seed: 4
PB: 6.348s
0 wins 1 podium
0 wins 1 podium
Mickael Mawem
Seed: 5
PB: 6.25s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Alex Megos
Seed: 6
PB: 7.57s
0 wins 0 podiums
1 win 5 podiums
Ludovico Fossali
Seed: 7
PB: 5.783s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Sean McColl
Seed: 8
PB: 6.997s
2 wins 14 podiums
3 wins 20 podiums
Adam Ondra
Seed: TBC
PB: 7.464s
4 wins 12 podiums
15 wins 20 podiums
Bassa Mawem
Seed: TBC
PB: 5.573s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Jan Hojer
Seed: TBC
PB: 6.456s
6 wins 12 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
YuFei Pan
Seed: TBC
PB: 6.725s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 2 podiums
Alberto Ginés López
Seed: TBC
PB: 7.126s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 2 podiums
Nathaniel Coleman
Seed: TBC
PB: 6.728s
0 wins 2 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Colin Duffy
Seed: TBC
PB: 7.11s
0 wins 0 podiums
0 wins 0 podiums
Michael Piccolruaz
Seed: TBC
PB: 6.655s
0 wins 1 podium
0 wins 0 podiums

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