Toby Roberts, left, and Oriane Bertone celebrate earning Paris 2024 spots after winning the boulder and lead European qualifier in Laval ©IFSC

France’s Oriane Bertone and Britain’s Toby Roberts secured places at next year's Olympics In Paris 2024 after winning the women’s and men’s events at the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) European qualifier for the boulder and lead discipline.

The competition at Laval in France was the second of five continental sport climbing Olympic qualifiers, following the awarding of speed quotas at Rome in Italy.

In the women’s event at the Espace Mayenne, Bertone claimed victory on home soil after scoring 99.9 points on the boulder wall, including flashing three boulders out of four.

Bertone followed it up with a score of 72 points on the lead wall, as she took the title and a place at a home Olympic Games with a final score of 171.9 points.

The French athlete said she was "crazy happy" after the triumph in which she was cheered on by a vocal home crowd.

Silver went to Serbia’s Stasa Gejo with a total of 184.5 points, while the bronze medal went to Italian Laura Rogora with 145.7 points.

Rogora produced a particularly strong display on the lead wall, scoring 96.1 points in this phase as she jumped from last after the boulder element up to a podium place.

In the men’s event, Roberts secured victory and a Paris 2024 spot after topping the route in the lead phase of the competition.

Roberts, who was in second place overall after a score of 69.8 in the boulder stage, became the only climber to top the route in the lead phase, scoring 100 points and finishing with a total of 169.8 points.

Roberts described his victory as a "dream", adding that he "did not think it is ever going to sink in."

Silver went to Tokyo 2020 Olympic champion Alberto Ginés López of Spain with a total of 133.7 points.

Bronze was won by France’s Sam Avezou, the leader after the first boulder phase with a score of 84.8.

Following a score of 48.1 in the lead phase he finished with a total of 132.9 points, the same as fourth placed Adam Ondra of the Czech Republic.

The next IFSC continental qualifier is for Asia and is due to take place at Jakarta in Indonesia from November 9 to 12.