From 9-16 August, 2018 Russia hosted the 2018 Youth World Championships. Athletes from 41 countries descended on Moscow to demonstrate their talents.
The Australian youth team put on an amazing show, finishing with a National Team Ranking of 21st in Lead, 14th in Boulder and 16th in Speed.
Victoria had three athletes representing the state in the National Team. A massive congratulations to Ned Middlehurst, Oceana Mackenzie and Matthew Austin for your amazing efforts.
Mackenzie made semi finals in boulder and finished in 8th place; made finals in speed and finished in 14th with her fastest time in qualifications at 9.69 seconds; and was just 3 places short of semi finals finishing 29th in Lead.
Middlehurst finished 45th in Boulder, 36th in speed and 43rd in Lead. While fellow competitor Austin, who competed in the speed discipline alone, placed 27th.
To see the full results including how the rest of the Australian Youth Team did, visit the IFSC results page here.