Weekly Updates - Mon 15th Mar 2010

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15 Mar 2010 15:15 CWIF Timetable plus the Holdz!!!

We've had alot of people asking about the CWIF in terms of times and what is going on during the day. You can read the timetable for the day in pdf format from our website now. This is a rough estimate and of course is subject to change but in essence it should help you plan your day.


This morning we got our delivery of our CWIF circuit holds courtesy of the nice guys at Holdz. Percy had ordered them in a fluorescent yellow colour but somewhere along the line, the paint mix went a little weird....so now you will be competing on fluorescent pink holds : )

 

 

That's a whole lot of holds. The bucket is completely full of Screw On's!!! Now that's a lot of small holds : )

 
 

Check out these Jugs!

 

 

A lot of holds...and a lot of boxes

 

15 Mar 2010 12:22 CWIF Week - It All Starts Today...

This morning Percy & Sam got to work stripping the circuits in preparation for this Saturday's CWIF. The yellow circuit will be the main competition circuit but also coming down was the spotty yellow (which will be reset next week) and the BUCS Brown circuit. In all about 120 problems have come down from the walls. As you can see in the pictures below there was just a few holds, screws & bolts to pick up...
 

 
 

We've also finalised the CWIF entry list. You can view the full entry list at our news page on the website. If you're not on the list then you CANNOT compete. If you feel you should be on the list, or you thought you had registered, please get in touch ASAP.

 

Remember, if you're not competing you can still come and watch the semis & finals. We'll have a timetable for the day up on the website later today or tomorrow.

 

Also in preparation for the CWIF, the Berghaus competiton wall will be stripped tomorrow so if you have any projects left you better get down tonight and finish them off.

 

This year we will have a trophy and medals for the winners of the CWIF. The medals have been made by the Beastmaker boys and as you can see below, they are pretty unique

 

 

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