February 23, 2024

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Australia and New Zealand share the Oceania Olympic venues

Australia and New Zealand share the Oceania Olympic venues

Pre-Olympic in Melbourne

Australians Campbell Harrison and Oceana McKenzie won the Oceania Pre-Olympic Combined Boulder + Difficulty, while New Zealanders Julian David and Sarah Tetsloff punched the tickets on speed.

Australian city Melbourne Seen over the weekend Oceania pre-Olympic competitionEligibility Paris 2024 Olympic Games. There was a contested spot for each men’s and women’s event in the combined bouldering and difficulty method and speed method. In the end, both tickets have been taken together in favor of Australia Campbell Harrison and Oceana Mackenzie Meanwhile, New Zealand has gained two fastest places Julian David and Sarah Tetzlaff.

Australia co-governs

The Australian competitors were unbeatable in the combined event. After a qualifying round in which Maxim PareBouldering specialist, best Campbell Harrison, difficulty specialist, decided the ropes final. Campbell Harrison He was able to connect the route in the final round and was far behind the rest, which offset his third place finish in bouldering.

In the women’s category, Oceana Mackenzie He showed himself to be far above the others. She was the best player in the qualifiers and finals, winning both bouldering and difficulty in both rounds. The Australian, who will compete in his second Games in Paris in 2024 after finishing 19th in Tokyo 2020, has achieved excellent results at this year’s Bouldering World Cup, finishing fifth in Brixen and seventh at the Bouldering World Championships.

Results

Men

1. Campbell Harrison (Australia): 154.1 points
2. Sam Lavender (Australia): 122.8 points
3. Dylan Parks (Australia): 105.2 points
4. Ben Abel (Australia): 87.8 points

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Women

1. Oceana Mackenzie (Australia): 199.9 points
2. Maya Stasiuk (Australia): 155.7 points
3. Emily Scott (Australia): 129.1 points
4. Roxy Perry (Australia): 102.0 points

New Zealand dominates pace

At pace on the other hand, New Zealand had a very tough battle against Australia. In the men’s category, New Zealand had the same number of finalists as the Australians. Julian David He was the best in qualifying and the only one to drop under six seconds. Predictions were fulfilled in the eliminatory rounds and he comfortably won all the rounds until he was declared the winner and received the prize of the Olympic Games.

Australian in the women’s category Grace Crowley He was the best qualifier with the best time of the entire competition, followed by five New Zealand climbers Sarah Tetzlaff to the head. In the Grand Final, the two faced off in contention for an Olympic ticket, but Crowley was unable to repeat the time of the first round and the New Zealander took the win.

Results

Men

1. Julian David (New Zealand): 6.77
2. Hayden Barton (Australia): 7.50
3. Flynn Chisholm (New Zealand): 7.09
4. Dylan Marlowe (Australia): Fall

Women

1. Sarah Tetzlaff (New Zealand): 8.54
2. Grace Grivky (Australia): 8.88
3. Abby Gebert (New Zealand): 9.17
4. Jorja Rangi (New Zealand): 9.53