Great Britain's Shauna Coxsey secured her second bronze at the Climbing World Championships as she came third in the combined event in Hachioji in Japan.
A slip saw her finish seventh in the lead round - the final of the three disciplines in the combined event.
That saw her drop from first place to third overall behind Slovenia's Janja Garnbret and Japan's Akiyo Noguchi.
Earlier in the day the 26-year-old came second in the speed discipline and third in the bouldering event.
Coxsey said: "I really can't believe it. Maybe it will take some time to sink in but I think it might be real. I had no idea what to expect coming out here.
"Just to be here and be part of this event is incredible. Then to stand to on the podium I am delighted."
On Monday, Coxsey guaranteed a quota spot for GB in Tokyo.
Her first bronze of the championships came in last week's bouldering event.
Climbing is among four sports set to make their Olympic debuts next year.
There are competitions in three separate events - lead, speed and bouldering - as well as a combined competition featuring all three disciplines.