Para climbing gold medals were earned at the World Championships in Moscow ©Dimitris Tosidis/IFSC

Britain’s Abigail Robinson and Sho Aita were among the winners at the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Championships in Moscow.

Robinson triumphed in the women’s B2 lead final in the Russian capital after she was the only climber to top the wall in the Russian capital city.

Austria’s Edith Scheinecker and Italy’s Nadia Bredice rounded off the podium places in the event.

Sho secured victory in the men’s B1 competition, with the Japanese climber topping the wall in the final.

Romania’s Razvan Nedu and Britain’s Jesse Dufton achieved heights of 35+ and 23 to secure silver and bronze.

There was further success for Japan in the men’s B2 event with Fumiya Hamanoue edging British rival Richard Slocock.

Hamanoue achieved 40+ in the lead event to claim gold, with Slocock finishing on 38+ in second.

Spain’s Raul Simon Franco also ended on 38+ to finish in bronze-medal position.

The women’s RP1 competition saw Belgium’s Pavitra Vandenhoven emerge as the winner on 37+, with The Netherlands’ Eva Mol on 34+.

Spain’s Marta Peche Salinero was third on 13+.

Austria’s Angelino Zeller was a comfortable winner in the men’s RP1 competition after reaching 39+ on the climbing wall.

United States’ Tanner Cislaw was the runner-up on 26+ with Germany’s Korbinian Franck third on 18+.

Israel’s Mor Michael Sapir topped the wall to win the RP2 competition.

Benjamin Mayforth was second with the American climber ending on 45, with France’s Bastien Thomas finishing in third place on 39+.

A close men’s CL2 lead competition saw France’s Thierry Delarue win the event on 23+.

Belgium’s Fredrik Leys and Japan’s Shuhei Yuki completed the top three after both ending on 16+.

Britain’s Matthew Phillips secured victory in the AU-2 competition after achieving 44+ in the final.

United States’ Brian Zarzuela followed on 35+ with Germany’s Kevin Bartke taking bronze on 35.

The men’s RP3 competition ended with a French one-two as Romaix Pagnoux and Mathieu Besnard each ended on 27+.

Pagnoux claimed gold after reaching the height in a quicker time, while Iran’s Iman Edrisi was third on 23+.

France’s Lucie Jarrige won the women’s event after topping the wall, with Britain’s Martha Evans following on 33+.

Austria’s Katharina Ritt was third on 29+.

Bouldering qualification was held in the morning, with the latter stages of competition taking place tomorrow.

The American pairing of Brooke Raboutou and Natalia Grossman achieved the highest scores in women’s qualification.

Men's qualifying saw Germany’s Yannick Flohe and Japan’s Kokoro Fujii record the top scores.