Aleksandra Rudzinska won an all-Polish women’s speed final at the International Federation of Sport Climbing World Championships in Innsbruck.
Rudzinska triumphed in her semi-final race in a time of 7.775 seconds, with fellow Polish climber Aleksandra Kalucka missing out on 11.971.
Anna Brozek completed an all-Polish final after her opponent Mariia Krasavina false started in their semi-final.
The world title was claimed by Rudzinska who won the final in 7.560, with Brozek finishing as the runner-up to her team-mate in 7.910.
A Polish clean sweep would not prove forthcoming in the Austrian city, as Kalucka false started in the bronze medal race to hand the final podium spot to Krasavina.
Iran’s Reza Alipourshena won the men’s title as he clocked a winning time of 5.630 in the final.
His rival Bassa Mawem of France fell during the race, forcing him to settle for the silver.
Bronze was claimed by Russia’s Stanislav Kokorin, who overcame the challenge of China’s Qi Xin Zhong in a time of 6.028.
Japan’s Koichiro Kobyashi and the United States’ Justin Salas emerged as the winners of themen’s B1 and B2 para-climbing competitions respectively.
France’s Romain Pagnoux and Lucie Jarrige won the men’s RP3 and women’s AL2 finals.
Thierry Delarue and Solenne Piret, also of France, clinched the men’s AL2 and women’s AU-2 crowns respectively.
Alessio Cornamusini of Italy triumphed in the men's RP1 category.
British success was achieved by Abigail Robinson and Hannah Baldwin, who secured women’s B2 and RP2 titles respectively.
Matthew Phillips added to their gold medal tally by winning the men’s AU2 event.