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  1. I'm catching up for my Women's Final comment: That was a fun final! And definitely tougher than other routes this season (cough Chamonix cough). I like that they addressed the issues that have been noticed with the women's routes & how it needs to be addressed. It was really cool to see Ryu climb and I feel for Vita Lukan – she did NOT look happy at all. Brooke may have not podiumed, but she had an amazing climb! After the clipping the draw flipped, Natalia did look like she was working harder than I feel we're used to seeing.

    Could be the toughness of the route, but that quickdraw didn't help (at least it wasn't like that one comp where multiple draws got stuck after each climb & they had to keep sending people up to fix them in between each climber). Shame about Laura, but she did an excellent job on the route, as did Chaehyoun Seo (congrats on silver!). I would have loved to see a top, but Janja got SO CLOSE. And while she didn't come as close, I loved watching Natsuki's climb. It was the most exciting & not only because she was the last out. That 'spiderman-style' foot move (that she lost first try) was insane! Great final all around! <3

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  2. Brooke joins the Jessica Piltz club of getting robbed of a podium place. I get that technically it's the correct call but it was apparent to everyone watching that Brooke climbed further than Natalia did. I'd be hard pressed to give this podium without rethinking the rules a little, especially as—like I said—it's not the first time something like that happens

    Regardless, despite a stellar competition, the ending kinda left a sour taste. Unfortunate.

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  3. Live heart rates on the climbers would provide such insights and a compelling dynamic. Visually, the intensity of the heart rate metric would be an additional enhancement to the already engaging viewing.
    Hopefully this can be considered for future comps.

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  4. The top 5 women, are my favorite right now. Way more exciting than the men, not that they aren't exciting, it is just that the women are exploding right now. soooo much talent.

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  5. Matt commented that there hasn't been a British man on a podium for 30 years but Max Milne has been on both a lead and boulder podium just recently no??

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  6. I love when the camera zooms so far in that all I can see is a blank patch of wall, and then when the climber is on a particularly intricate section, cuts to so far out that I literally have no idea what's going on.

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  7. That was one spectacular beta break from Natsuki Tanii! One of my favourite moments of the season so far, I think!

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  8. Could you please indicate in the description of the video the name of the commentary ? They do a huge work here and it is sad not to know …

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  9. I think as a woman, the big difference for finding rests with our legs more often than male climbers I’ve climbed with is that I have lower centre of gravity and I’m more naturally prone to find those movements when climbing. That’s just my experience though.

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  10. Brilliant job by the route-setters on these climbs (and in the semis, too)! I enjoyed seeing how the routes challenged the climbers and the different solutions by the various climbers on the sequences. Let's have more comps like this!

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  11. Can someone help to explain what’s the rule for back-clipping the quickdraw? After seeing Natalia trying to clip for 3 times at that specific quick draw, I saw all the subsequent climbers back clipped that draw and kept on climbing. A bit confused on this part as why Natalia has spent so much effort trying to clip it in the correct way. Is it just her personal choice of safety? I though back clipping will get penalized..

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  12. Doing my Men's Final comment: What a final! I have to feel for Luka with his early fall. So happy for Megos getting that bronze/podium place. I love his little meta-camera moments. At the start – looks straight into the camra & does that double eyebrow wiggle. At the end – looks straight into the camera finger-pointing at Jesse Gruper like he's asking us viewers 'nudge nudge Jesse Gruper man wasn''t that climb awesome?'

    Which it was. WOW JESSE GRUPER! What a win for him. I was like Alannah: totally panicking. He just kept having those heart-attack moments & somehow staying on. And the belayer keeping him in the air to bask in that joy & get the full audience applause was awesome. And then the fist bump & the hugs all around. I loved Alannah's interview with him at the end too. Good commentary & I loved her panicked 'no no no no no' when Hamish was going.

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  13. O M G! The flies around Janja when they interview her, that’s the reason why she is so unbeatable! You know what I mean if you watch WESTWORLD!

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  14. Brooke got screwed, period. She made it further on the route than Natalia. Natalia had her left hand on the left dual text sloper and then threw for the hold that Brooke actually got her right hand to, so how was she awarded the advancement? Their scores should have been reversed and Brooke should’ve been given the advancement and Natalia shouldn’t have been. So Brooke should have gotten a 40+ (based on chae hyun receiving a 41+ and she actually established the 41 and threw for the 42 hold) Natalia should have received a 40……The subjectivity in climbing is so annoying sometimes. How can you touch a hold but be defeated by someone who didn’t?

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  15. Please ifsc get some real cameramen or directors ! It’s so upsetting to see a full shot of the crowd at critical moments !!!!

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  16. Jesse Grupper's endurance is something else dang. Now my favorite to watch for the men's. Also best lead route-setting for this season so far!

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  17. Must be frustrated for female climbers as they are basically competing for only 2 spots in the final as other 6 places are almost fixed for, Garnbret, Seo, Rogora, Tanii, Grossman and Raboutou.

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  18. Wonder how come everyone else did the wrong beta lmao…when I saw Janja did the cross move…I was like ha…

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  19. I really, really want to express my admiration for Janja Garnbret on her stellar and consistent performances throughout the season so far. I think the climbing world is so used to seeing her do well that sometimes the commentators can get a bit unenthused when it's her time to climb whereas they might praise other competitors more for doing the same moves. But I think it's important to appreciate that she's also human and always under so much pressure to perform, and I think it's a real testament to her mental fortitude that she continues to give such good performances no matter the circumstances. Just because she's expected to do a move well because "she's Janja" doesn't make the move not difficult!

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