Swiss Climbing Cup in the minimum Leutsch | Info & live stream

At the first Swiss Climbing Cup of the season in early March, bouldering specialists Sofya Yokoyama and Nils Favre won. Tomorrow is the second round of Minimum Leutsch and it promises to be exciting, especially as it is the last chance for the participants to qualify for the Swiss Championships on April 1st in L'Entrepôt in Bulle.

Besides, it's tomorrow Swiss Climbing Cup at Minimum Leutsch in Zurich-Oerlikon part of a nomination process for the Swiss national team to participate in the first Bouldering World Cups this season in Asia.

The Minimum Leutsch in Zurich-Oerlikon is the venue of the second Swiss Climbing Cup.
The Minimum Leutsch in Zurich-Oerlikon is the venue of the second Swiss Climbing Cup.

The 12 best climbers in the Elite category and the 18 best climbers in the U15 category in the overall ranking of the respective disciplines qualify for the Swiss Championships in early April.

For the World Cups in Asia is next to Sascha Lehmann, which is already seeded, there is probably still a place available in the men's race, which the athletes will duel for in Zurich.

Follow the Swiss Climbing Cup live stream

The elite finals can be watched live from 18.45 p.m. David Firnenburg comments on the highlight of the competition together with an athlete. If you want, you can of course also experience the spectacle live on site. There is enough space for spectators and admission is free.

Everything is still open

The complete elite of Swiss climbers are at the start in Minimum-Leutsch. Even if Favre and Yokoyama were able to triumph in Ibach, they cannot rest at the top of the podium.

The competition for Andrea Kümin, Natalie Bärtschi, Marilu Sommer, the Egli siblings and Petra Klingler for the women and Nino Grünenfelder, Julien Clémence, Dimitri Vogt and Flick and Sascha Lehmann for the men claim their right to win. So the second round of the Swiss Climbing Cup in bouldering is full of anticipation and excitement.

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