Team USA Takes 12 Medals From Los Angeles Paraclimbing World Cup

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The final IFSC Paraclimbing World Cup wrapped up this weekend in Los Angeles, California. The event saw 57 athletes compete across 11 categories. Categories were based on type of disability and amount of functionality, the latter being ranked 1-3, 1 being low functionality and 3 being the highest.

In total, the US gleaned 12 medals from the event.

Find the results and pictures below.

Men’s Blind (B) 1

Men’s B3

Women’s B3

Men’s Amputee Lower (AL) -2

Women AL-2

Women AU-2 (Forearm amputee)

Men RP1

Men RP2

Men RP3

Women RP2

Women RP3

Benjamin Mayforth, USA, competes in RP2. (Photo: Daniel Gajda)
Frederik Leys of Belgium on his way to first place in men’s AL-2. (Photo: Daniel Gajda)
Hannah McFadden, USA, wins women’s AL-2. (Photo: Daniel Gajda)
Jasmin Plank, AUT and winner of women’s RP2. (Photo: Daniel Gajda)
Angelino Zeller, AUT, on his way to victory in men’s RP1. (Photo: Daniel Gajda)