Adam Ondra and 13 other climbers have earned their place at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The second round of qualifiers took place at the weekend in Toulouse, France, the first 16 spots having already been decided in Japan in the first round in the summer.

Sport climbing is making its Olympic debut in Tokyo. Athletes will compete in a combined format, getting an accumulative score for their performances in bouldering, lead and speed climbing.

Six men and six women earned their spots this weekend.

Adam Ondra is considered the best climber in the world, but failed to qualify in Japan when judges deemed him to have used a bolt, instead of an official hold, during the lead event.

Men

  • Nathaniel Coleman, USA
  • Adam Ondra, Czech Republic
  • Pan Yu-fei, China
  • Alberto Ginés Lopez, Spain
  • Jan Hojer, Germany
  • Bassa Mawem, France

Women

  • Laura Rogora, Italy
  • Julia Chanourdie, France
  • Yulia Kaplina, Russia
  • Song Yi-ling, China
  • Mia Krampl, Slovenia
  • Kyra Condie, USA

They join eight men and women who had already confirmed their spots:

Men

  • Tomoa Narasaki, Japan
  • Jakob Schubert, Austria
  • Rishat Khaibullin, Kazakhstan
  • Kai Harada, Japan
  • Mickael Mawem, France
  • Alexander Megos, Germany
  • Ludovico Fossali, Italy
  • Sean McColl, Canada

Women

  • Janja Garnbret, Slovenia
  • Akiyo Noguchi, Japan
  • Shauna Coxsey, UK
  • Aleksandra Miroslaw, Poland
  • Miho Nonaka, Japan
  • Petra Klingler, Switzerland
  • Brooke Raboutou, USA
  • Jessica Pilz, Austria