2015 World Youth Championships- Arco, Italy
Registration to accept all US Team invitations to the 2015 World Youth Championships in Arco, Italy is now closed. More details about this competition can be found on the IFSC website, and in the confirmation e-mail. If you have any questions, please e-mail email@example.com.
USA Climbing Seeks Communications & Marketing Coordinator
USA Climbing is searching for a professional to help guide marketing plan and communications development creating marketing materials and interacting with our teams in order to deliver our organization's messages and also serve to assist with sponsorship sales and fulfillment. For more details, click here. The deadline to submit all applications is August 15th.
Sport & Speed Youth National Championships
The charts below reflect Sport Final Results, Sport US Team Invitations, Speed Final Results, Speed US Team Invitations and National Team Champions as part of the 2015 Sport & Speed Youth National Championships.
2015 National Team Championship Results
Sport Place & Invites
Male & Female US Team Sport Invitations
Sport Final Results
Male & Female Sport Final Results
Sport Semi-Final Results
Semi-Final Sport Results (Male Youth-A, C & D and Female Junior & Youth-B)
Semi-Final Sport Results (Male Junior & Male-B and Female Youth-A, C & D)
Sport Final Running Orders
Male & Female Sport Final Running Orders
Sport Qualifier Results
Female Qualifier Results
Male Qualifier Results
Speed Place & Invites
Male & Female US Team Speed Invitations
Speed Final Results
Male & Female Speed Final Results
Speed Semi-Final Results
Female Semi-Final Results
Male Semi-Final Results
Speed Overview for the 2015 National Championships
Speed Overview: Junior, Youth-A & Youth-B
Speed Overview: Youth-C & Youth-D
More information pertaining to the Sport & Speed Youth National Championships will be posted on the event website as it becomes available, we encourage you to check it often.
All Sport Youth Championship competitors should refer to this document when reading the results from the Sport & Speed Championship competitions.
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.
Skratch Labs to Sponsor the First USA Climbing All-Around Award & Coaches' Lounge
USA Climbing national sponsor, Skratch Labs will sponsor the first USA Climbing all-around award and coaches' lounge at the upcoming Youth Sport & Speed National Championships in Kennesaw, GA. Click here to read more.
World Youth Championships- Coaches Call for Applications
USA Climbing is looking for 3 Assistant Coaches and 1 Apprentice Coach to assist Head Coach, Claudiu Vidulescu at the 2015 World Youth Championships in Arco, Italy. Click here for more details about each position and how to apply. All applications must be submitted by 11:59pm MT on July 9, 2015.
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 Partners with Rally Me
USA Climbing in partnership with RallyMe, launches a USA Climbing Crowdfunding platform, exclusively for all USA Climbing's TEAMs. Read more...
USA Climbing Rules Revisions
As outlined in the addendum to the USA Climbing Rulebook, the Rules Committee has pulished the changes below to our rules, effective April 5, 2015. To review the Rulebook in its entirety, click here.
13.3 Rules Revisions as-of April 5, 2015
11/30/2014- Rule 5.18.9 shall be replaced with:
Prior to an attempt, a competitor may only touch the marked starting hold(s) with their hands. If they touch any other holds with their hands they will be charged with an attempt. Note: Touching a foothold with a foot prior to beginning an attempt will not result in the competitor being charged with an attempt.
04/05/2015- Rule 5.7.4 shall be replaced with:
For each discipline, the reigning Open National Champions, if they are age-eligibile as youth competitors, will receive a bye to their respective Youth National Championship. Additionally,
a.) For sport climbing, the second, third and fourth place finishers at the Open National Championships, if they also qualify as a youth, will receive a bye to their respective Regional Championships.
b.) For speed climbing, the second, third and fourth place finishers at the Open National Championships, if they also qualify as a youth, will receive a bye to their respective Divisional Championships.
c.) Each competitor who receives a by must be a current member of USA Climbing.
04/05/15- Rules 5.37.3 and 5.37.4 shall be replaced with:
5.37.3 The U.S. National Teams are selected to represent the United States in sanctioned international competitions. There are separate Adult and Youth National Teams, the members of which are defined by participation quotas for international competitions as follows:
a.) The U.S. Adult National Team is composed of the top six (6) U.S. citizen competitors in the Open National Championships and any reigning World and/or Pan American Champions.
b.) The U.S. Youth National Team is composed of the top four (4) U.S. citizen competitors in the Youth National Championships and any reigning World and/or Pan American Champions. In the event a reigning World and/or Pan American Champion finishes in the top four (4) U.S. citizen competitors in the National Championships, the next highest placed U.S. citizen competitor(s) will also be member(s) of the U.S. National Team.
5.37.4 An individual who has been selected to compete in the place of a U.S. Youth National team member at World Youth Championships or Pan American Championships, shall also be considered a U.S. National Team member, as an 'Alternate.'