Climbing World Championships: GB's Hamish McArthur takes bronze in men's lead final

Great Britain's Hamish McArthur settled for a bronze medal after a nail-biting men's lead final at the Climbing World Championships in Moscow.

The 19-year-old finished behind Austria's Jakob Schubert and Slovenia's Luka Potocar with a score of 46+.

McArthur narrowly missed out on topping out the route, which would have been good enough to clinch gold.

It is a third world lead title for Olympic bronze medallist Schubert after his wins in 2012 and 2018.

McArthur's fellow Britons William Bosi and Billy Ridal finished 11th and 26th respectively.

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