USA Climbing: Bouldering Youth, Open & Citizens' National Championship Registration is Open
Registration is now open for the upcoming USA Climbing: Bouldering Youth, Open & Citizens' National Championships in Madison, WI.
Bouldering Open Nationals-- January 29-30, 2016 | Monona Terrace | Athletes are eligible to compete provided they are 16 or older by December 31, 2016 and have purchased a USA Climbing Competitor Membership by the registration deadline. Click here to register. Registration for this event will close on January 27, 2016 @ 11:59pm MT.
Bouldering Citizens' Nationals-- January 30, 2016 | Boulders Climbing Gym | All ages and abilities are invited to participate. Categories at this event will consist of: Masters, Advanced, Intermediate, Recreational, Adaptive & Youth. Click here to register. Registration for this event will close on January 28, 2016 @ 11:59pm MT.
Bouldering Youth Nationals- February 5-7, 2016 | Monona Terrace | Click here to be redirected to the Bouldering Nationals Information page for more information about the upcoming USA Climbing: Bouldering Open, Youth & Citizens' National Championship events.
2016 USA Climbing: Collegiate National Championship Returning to Mesa Rim
USA Climbing has awarded the 2016 Collegiate National Championship to Mesa Rim Climbing & Fitness Centers in San Diego and Mission Valley, CA. Click here to read the press release.
USA Climbing Website Transition Update
Since early September, USA Climbing has been working to migrate all data and functionality from this website (usaclimbing.net) to our new website (usaclimbing.org). While we anticipated that this transition would be complete by now, that is unfortunately not the case.
Please read this letter issued today by USA Climbing's CEO, Kynan Waggoner, to learn more about the reasons for the delay and details about what to expect in the future.
We apologize for the delay and sincerely thank you for your patience during this transition.
USA Climbing Bouldering: National Championships Returning to Madison, WI in 2016
USA Climbing announced today that the USA Climbing: Bouldering Open, Youth & Citizens' National Championships will be returning to Madison, Wisconsin in 2016.
The Bouldering Open National Championship will take place on January 29th and 30th at Monona Terrace.
The Bouldering Youth National Championship will take place on February 5th, 6th, and 7th at Monona Terrace.
The Bouldering Citizens' National Championship will take place on January 30th at Boulders, the commercial climbing gym located in Madison.
Find the official press release here.
More information regarding registration, schedules and hotel information will be coming soon -- stay tuned!
2015-2016 USA Climbing Memberships
Memberships for the 2015-2016 competitive season are now available. Click here to purchase your membership today! Remember, USA Climbing Memberships are valid from September 1 through August 31, annually.
Local Competition Result Posting
During the transition period between the old and new USA Climbing websites, local competition results will be posted on this website (www.usaclimbing.net) until full membership functionality is available on the new site (www.usaclimbing.org). Posting results on this site will allow members to see the events that are linking to their membership profiles. Click here for a link to the results page.
Once development of the new site is complete, results will then be available at www.usaclimbing.org. Updates about this process will be posted here.
Thank you for your patience during this transition period!
USA Climbing Regional Realignment Plan- Effective September 1, 2015
Beginning September 1, 2015 USA Climbing's Regional and Divisional structure will be reformatted and our geographic boundaries redrawn to allow for a tigther distribution of our membership across all regions. For more details about the realignment and a map of the new boundaries, click here.
USA Climbing Unveils New Website
USA Climbing is currently in the process of transitioning to a new website. During the transition period, we will be running and testing the new website at www.usaclimbing.org, but will continue to run the old website at www.usaclimbing.net while we work through potential bugs with membership and the online scoring functionality. Read more.
2015 World Youth Championships- Arco, Italy
Congratulations to the 60 climbers that qualified to represent the US Youth Climbing Team at the 2015 World Youth Championships in Arco, Italy. Below is a list of Team USA Finalists and their placements. Click here to view a full list of results from the competition.
Female Youth-A: Margo Hayes- 2nd place, Grace McKeehan- 6th place
Female Youth-B: Ashima Shiraishi- 1st place, Natalia Grossman- 4th place, Brooke Raboutou- 5th place
Male Junior: Nathaniel Coleman- 5th place
Male Youth-A: Shawn Raboutou- 4th place
Female Junior: Kyra Condie- 11th place, Megan Carr- 12th place, Maddy Morris- 16th place
Female Youth-A: Grace McKeehan- 4th place, Amanda Wooten- 6th place, Sidney Trinidad- 9th place, Erica Meister- 12th place, Claire Buhrfeind- 14th place
Female Youth-B: Arabella Jariel- 6th place, Jamie Dunlavy- 12th place, Ariana Mathews- 14th place, Brooke Raboutou- 16th place
Male Junior: John Brosler- 2nd place
Male Youth-A: Austin Hansel- 7th place, Max Hammer- 9th place, Luke Muehring- 10th place, Gentry Cole- 13th place, Michael Retoff- 14th place
Male Youth-B: Eric Brem- 11th place, Matthew Nunes- 15th place
Female Youth-A: Margo Hayes- 2nd place, Grace McKeehan- 5th place, Claire Buhrfeind- 6th place
Female Youth-B: Ashima Shiraishi- 1st place, Brooke Raboutou- 4th place
Male Junior: Jesse Grupper- 2nd place
Male Youth-A: Kai Lightner- 8th place
Female Junior: Kyra Condie- 3rd place (Bronze Medal)
Female Youth-A: Grace McKeehan- 1st Place (Gold Medal)
Female Youth-B: Brooke Raboutou- 2nd place (Silver Medal)
2015 Adaptive Climbing National Championship
USA Climbing, in partnership with Stone Summit Climbing & Fitness hosted the 2nd annual Adaptive Climbing National Championships. Congratulations to all of our competitiors, click here to view the final results.