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No matter if they're on the Pro Team or young talents, Mammut is proud to support so many talented athletes. Here we will present some of the monthly highlights from the world of our athletes.

Jan Hojer – World-class in lead climbing too
Mammut Pro Athlete Jan Hojer, At the Lead World Cup in Villars, Switzerland, he was in his element from the very start and finished in a strong fourth place. Jan was also in top form in bouldering this month. He came in second at the Blockhelden Boulder Cup in Erlangen, and he also took home the silver medal at the World Games in Breslau. Congratulations, Jan!


Marcello Bombardi – Four minutes to the gold
Italian Mammut Athlete Marcello Bombardi pulled off a surprise win at the Lead World Cup in Chamonix. The triumphant 23-year-old made it through the last ascent in 4 minutes, 16 seconds, letting him walk away with his first gold medal in a world cup. Bravo!

Photo_ Bjorn Pohl

IIldiko Wermescher – 8th place in the Western States Endurance Run
Trailrunner Ildiko Wermescher came in an outstanding eighth place among women in the Western States race in the United States. The runner took her shock in stride and ended the adventure with a strong result she can take pride in. Mammut Pro Athlete and fellow participant Andrea Huser came in tenth place. Great job to both of you!


Jakob Schubert and Hannes Puman – Sweeping success at European Lead Championship
Mammut Pro Athlete Jakob Schubert took third place at the European Lead Championship in Fassa, Italy. Swedish Mammut Athlete Hannes Puman was just behind him, in fourth place. Sending congrats to Austria and Sweden!


Filip Schenk – On a winning streak
Italian Mammut Athlete Filip Schenk has been on an impressive winning streak. First he won the European Youth Cup in Imst, and then he turned around and won the gold in the second stage at Dornbirn. Sending congrats to South Tyrol too!