Melissa Le Neve

M?lissa Le Nev?: First female ascend Wallstreet 8c

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Melissa Le Neve has climbed Wolfgang Gullich’s classic 8c, Wallstreet, which was the first route in the World of that grade when it was climbed in 1987.

Check out M?lissa Le Nev? completing the world famous "Wallstreet" 8c in Franconian Switzerland, Germany. She is the first woman climbing to the top, 27 years after the first
ascent by Wolfgang G?llich. Wallstreet was the
first 8c in the world. The area "Frankenjura" is filled with fairytale-like sculptures of rock distributed throughout the forests.

Tierra Boulder Battle 2013

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Alex Puccio dominated last weekend’s Tierra Boulder Battle competition in Stockholm, Sweden, topping out every problem.

The invitational comp showcased six of the best female climbers from around the world. These women—Anja Hodann, Therese Johansen, M?lissa Le Nev?, Mina Leslie-Wujastyk, Alex Puccio, and Matilda S?derlund—vied with one another in a unique format where each athlete designs a problem, which they all work prior to competition. Alex Puccio was the clear victor, flashing every problem.

Boulder World Cup 2012 report - Innsbruck

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The Austrian iron couple, Anna St?hr and Kilian Fischhuber, got a awesome victory in front of their crowd in Innsbruck. In an enthusiastic sold out Marketplatz, the podium was completed by Shauna Coxsey (GBR) and Melissa Le Neve (FRA), and, in the men, by Rustam Gelmanov (RUS) and Sean McColl (CAN).
As a result of this success, Anna Stohr takes the lead (2 points on Noguchi) in the World Cup Ranking, while Rustam Gelmanov is solidly at the top of the men's, 100 points ahead of Fischhuber.

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