Sport climbing at the 2022 World Games
The sport climbing competition at the 2022 World Games took place on July 14, July 15, and July 16 at Sloss Furnaces. Sport climbing has been an event since the 2005 World Games in Duisburg, Germany, and the Birmingham edition marked the fifth time sport climbing was included as a regular event at the World Games.
|Boulder||Nicolas Collin||Belgium||Kokoro Fujii||Japan||Yoshiyuki Ogata||Japan|
|Lead||Sascha Lehmann||Switzerland||Masahiro Higuchi||Japan||Mejdi Schalck||France|
|Speed||Veddriq Leonardo||Indonesia||Kiromal Katibin||Indonesia||Yaroslav Tkach||Ukraine|
|Boulder||Miho Nonaka||Japan||Katja Debevec||Slovenia||Mao Nakamura||Japan|
|Lead||Jessica Pilz||Austria||Natsuki Tanii||Japan||Lana Skušek||Slovenia|
|Speed||Emma Hunt||United States||Natalia Patrycja Kalucka||Poland||Franziska Ritter||Germany|
- Sport climbing at the 2022 World Games official website
- Sport climbing at The World Games official website
- Wikipedia contributors. (July 14, 2022). Sport climbing at the 2022 World Games. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved, July 14, 2022
- The World Games. Sport climbing Full Results.