Echols Dorm: Brick Wall By Side Door
James Madison University
This year we are going to blast a new competition. in past our club members have done incredible in all competitions and levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced W/M). so let’s do it also this year.
this year victims are JMU folks 😉
you get a full day of climbing plus lunch (maybe Tshirt) so even if you don’t win anything you definitely make the most of the 15$ you pay.
I will register for all of you in advance but you still need to print out the form, fill and bring it to the competition. it is easier than filling it there.
make sure to bring cash or check.
the form :
make sure to register before deadline to get the discount (Sat 11th)
here is a link for info :
and here is the result of my converstation with the organiser about the competition format:
The format for the competition is as follows
-Bouldering in the morning. You can climb as many bouldering routes as you want but I believe only the top five will count. You will get more points for flashing a bouldering problem than if you have to work it.(comment from Aarash to members: bouldering problems should be small climbing sort of moves and normally easy)
-After lunch, which we are providing, will be the top rope part of the competition. Their will be beginner, intermediate and advanced routes. You will start at your level and move up as you complete each route. We will also have an eliminator route at the end to determine the winners.
-There are three categories, Beginner, intermediate and advanced.
-Just to answer the last question, the scores from bouldering
and climbing will be combined.