News - March 2010
We've now finalised our competitor list for Saturday's CWIF 2010. You can view the list in pdf format below. If your name is not on the list you CANNOT compete this Saturday. Our apologies for all those last minute entries but we've already gone over our initial quota of 180.
The list has 195 competitors, organised and sorted alphabetically by forename. If you think you have registered and you're not on the list....get in touch by email - email@example.com or by phone 0114 250 9990.
You can also see a full CWIF timetable of the day here>> It should hopefully help you to plan your day.
Those of you involved in the international competition scene will be sad to hear that Giovanni Cantemessa, the Italian Team Manager and scourge of many a judge, has finally lost his last appeal. He had been in a coma following a car accident in 2008 and died last night.
Our condolensces to his family.
The British University & Colleges Sports climbing championships will take place on Sat 13th March.
This will be a CLOSED event only open to BUCS registered climbers. To find out more visit the BUCS website
The Climbing Works will be CLOSED ALLDAY to the public (that includes all full members).
We will be open as normal on Sunday 14th March 10am-8pm
After 4 rounds and £1000 given away in cash, The Climbing Works winter bouldering league 2009/10 has come to an end. Overall it was a fantastic series, easily outstripping last years number of entrants. In fact we had so many people taking part this year we had to extend our normal competition hours from 3 to 4!
The overall winner of the Works winter bouldering league is Roy Mosley (for the 2nd year running). Roy is an ex British lead team member and is no slouch when it comes to competitions. What is even more impressive is that he came back from a bad finger injury (that happened in Round 3) to still score big in round 4. Impressive work indeed. In the senior Women's Diane Merrick showed constant form to come top. Diane is a current member of the British Women's Bouldering team.
In the Junior categories the boys was close all the way through, showing an incredible pool of talent coming through. The winner was Seb Smith who scored constantly high in each round and showed some fantastic talent to win this hard category. The top 3 boys scores would all have been top 10 scores in the male seniors! In the girls Natasha Milinkovic dominated each round winning by a clear margin.
Each winner of their respective categories win a 3 month membership to the Works while 2nd place in each category wins a DVD of their choice.
Thanks to everyone who came and took part (even those who didn't hand in their score cards!). The Works Winter bouldering league will return in November bigger and better than ever.
In the meantime, the CWIF takes part on the 20th March. A competition with a difference. Read all about it on the CWIF page>>
Highlights of Round 1:
Highlights from Round 2:
Highlights from Round 3: