Sport climbing is part of the World Games from the edition of Duisburg 2005.[1]

Medalists

Men

Lead

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2005 Duisburg
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 Patxi Usobiaga (ESP)  Alexandre Chabot (FRA)
 Tomáš Mrázek (CZE)
2009 Kaohsiung
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 Sachi Amma (JPN)  Patxi Usobiaga (ESP)  Romain Desgranges (FRA)
2013 Cali
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 Ramón Julián Puigblanque (ESP)  Jakob Schubert (AUT)  Magnus Midtbø (NOR)
2017 Wroclaw
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 Keiichiro Korenaga (JPN)  Yuki Hada (JPN)  Sean McColl (CAN)
2022 Birmingham
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Speed

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2005 Duisburg
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 Aleksandr Pechekhonov (RUS)  Sergey Sinitsyn (RUS)  Evgenii Vaitsekhovskii (RUS)
2009 Kaohsiung
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 Qixin Zhong (CHN)  Evgenii Vaitsekhovskii (RUS)  Maksym Styenkoviy (UKR)
2013 Cali
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 Dmitriy Timofeev (RUS)  Stanislav Kokorin (RUS)  Qixin Zhong (CHN)
2017 Wroclaw
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 Reza Alipour (IRI)  Danylo Boldyrev (UKR)  Stanislav Kokorin (RUS)
2022 Birmingham
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Boulder

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2017 Wroclaw
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 Yoshiyuki Ogata (JPN)  Jan Hojer (GER)  Alexey Rubtsov (RUS)
2022 Birmingham
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Women

Lead

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2005 Duisburg
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 Angela Eiter (AUT)  Natalija Gros (SLO)  Marietta Uhden (GER)
2009 Kaohsiung
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 Maja Vidmar (SLO)  Jain Kim (KOR)  Caroline Ciavaldini (FRA)
2013 Cali
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 Mina Markovič (SLO)  Jain Kim (KOR)  Dinara Fakhritdinova (RUS)
2017 Wroclaw
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 Anak Verhoeven (BEL)  Janja Garnbret (SLO)  Julia Chanourdie (FRA)
2022 Birmingham
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Speed

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2005 Duisburg
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 Anna Saulevich (RUS)  Olena Ryepko (UKR)  Tatyana Ruyga (RUS)
2009 Kaohsiung
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 He Cuilian (CHN)  He Cuifang (CHN)  Olga Morozkina (RUS)
2013 Cali
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 Alina Gaydamakina (RUS)  Maria Krasavina (RUS)  Iuliia Kaplina (RUS)
2017 Wroclaw
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 Iuliia Kaplina (RUS)  Anouck Jaubert (FRA)  Anna Tsyganova (RUS)
2022 Birmingham
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Boulder

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2017 Wroclaw
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 Stasa Gejo (SRB)  Miho Nonaka (JPN)  Fanny Gibert (FRA)
2022 Birmingham
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Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia (RUS)54817
2 Japan (JPN)3205
3 Slovenia (SLO)2204
4 China (CHN)2114
5 Spain (ESP)2103
6 Austria (AUT)1102
7 Belgium (BEL)1001
 Iran (IRI)1001
 Serbia (SRB)1001
10 France (FRA)0246
11 Ukraine (UKR)0213
12 South Korea (KOR)0202
13 Germany (GER)0112
14 Czech Republic (CZE)0101
15 Canada (CAN)0011
 Norway (NOR)0011
Totals (16 nations)18191754

References

  1. ^ "Sport climbing". World Games 2009. Retrieved 24 December 2010.