U.S. Wins 12 Medals at Los Angeles Paraclimbing World Cup

Los Angeles welcomed paraclimbers from around the world October 9-10 for the first IFSC Paraclimbing World Cup hosted in the United States.  Along with strong performances from international competitors, USA Climbing’s Paraclimbing team had a successful World Cup, winning 12 medals:

Men’s B3 – Connor Gearey, Second (Master’s Category)

Men’s AL2 – Jake Sanchez, Silver

Men’s AL2 – Colin Torpey, Bronze

Women’s AL2 – Hannah McFadden, Gold

Women’s AU2 – Maureen Beck, Bronze

Men’s RP1 – Tanner Cislaw, Bronze

Men’s RP2 – Brian Zarzuela, Silver

Men’s RP3 – Micah Winkle, First (Master’s Category)

Men’s RP3 – Jared Lenahan, Second (Master’s Category)

Women’s RP2 – Emily Seelenfreund, Bronze

Women’s RP3 – Madisyn Taute, Second (Master’s Category)

Women’s RP3 – Eliana Wallack, Third (Master’s Category)

USA Climbing is thrilled to have hosted this event and couldn’t be prouder of the team and their performance.

“After years of competing overseas, it was awesome to watch our athletes compete on home ground and have their friends and family be there to support them. Our first Paraclimbing World Cup was a success, and we hope to continue to be a stop on the paraclimbing world circuit,” Chair of USA Climbing’s Paraclimbing Committee, Jessica Schmidt said.

Special thanks to the team at SenderOne LAX for hosting such a fantastic event!

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