Want to get a taste of how climbing will be at the Olympics?

Update 17 December – Over 100 athletes came out to North Vancouver between Dec 15-16 for the Olympic-style Triple Header to compete in lead, speed and bouldering all in the same weekend. Thanks to all the athletes, sponsors, and volunteers for making it a great event… We’ll be keeping most of the comp routes and boulders up so visitors to the gym will be able to try them as well!

The Results

Open Categories

  • Women: V6+ (2003 or earlier)
  • Men: V7+ (2003 or earlier)
  • (Includes Youth A & Junior)

OPEN – FEMALE
1. Alexis Binder
2. Sonya Colliander
3. Teyha Rogers

OPEN – MALE
1. Brennan Doyle
2. Ethan Hoffman
3. Guy McNamee

YOUTH A – FEMALE
1. Alexis Binder
2. Sonya Colliander
3. Stephanie Chow

YOUTH A – MALE
1. Brennan Doyle
2. Ethan Hoffman
3. Guy McNamee

JUNIOR – FEMALE
1. Teyha Rogers
2. Rachel Gill
3. Manon Mackasey

JUNIOR – MALE
1. Aidan Doyle
2. Alexander White
3. Michael Maser

Youth Categories

  • Youth B (born in 2004 or 2005)
  • Youth C (2006 or 2007)
  • Youth D (2008 or later)

YOUTH B – FEMALE
1. Emi Takashiba
2. Teagan Chow
3. Maki Koci

YOUTH B – MALE
1. Connor Jones
2. Yago Gancedo Osorio
3. Tanner Hoffman

YOUTH C – FEMALE
1. Chloe Kim
2. Allison Timmer
3. Caiya Taylor-Ainslie

YOUTH C – MALE
1. Nolan Fielding
2. Owen McJannet
3. Jack Anthony

YOUTH D – FEMALE
1. Avery McDonald
2. Sienna Chow
3. Zoe Henderson

YOUTH D – MALE
1. Bruce Kong
2. Noah Schwartz
3. Jasper Selda

Visit the Sport Climbing BC website for the full results.


The Sponsors


SportClimbing BC and Climb Base5 are organizing one of the only Olympic-style climbing competitions in all of BC as the climbing world prepares for  the next summer olympic games. This Olympic Format Triple-header will take place from December 15-16th at Climb Base5 North Vancouver.

Sportclimbing will make its Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020 and will feature three disciplines: speed climbing, bouldering and lead climbing. Speed climbing pits two climbers against each other, both climbing a fixed route on a 15-metre wall. In bouldering, climbers scale a number of fixed routes on a 4m wall in a specified time. In lead climbing, athletes attempt to climb as high as possible on a wall measuring over 15m in height within a fixed time. At the Games, each climber will compete in all three disciplines, with the final rankings being determined by the combined results.

This local competition will mimic the Olympic format and athletes may sign up for 1, 2 or 3 disciplines, but awards will only be given for overall results. No awards for individual disciplines.


The Schedule


How to Register

REGISTRATION CLOSED

You must register online. You will be sent to the Sport Climbing BC website where you can sign in if you’re already a SCBC member. If not, you can join as a member (select “Pay as you go” – there’s a $5 membership fee). Once you’re a SCBC member, you can register for The November Sessions.

Price

  • Early Registration (until Dec. 2nd) – $155
  • Late Registration (until. Dec. 9th) – $175
  • Late Registration – will be accepted as per the Late Registration Policy. Email the SCBC Registrar to register after Dec. 9th – $250 ($75 Penalty Fee + $175 Reg Fee)
  • No ‘Day of’ Registrations / No Exceptions