Sport Climbing BC hosting doubleheader competition this weekend

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January 22, 2014, Kamloops, BC (ISN) – The Sport Climbing Association of British Columbia (SCBC) is pleased to announce its first double-header event of the season, January 25-26th at The Edge Climbing Centre in North Vancouver.

The competition begins Saturday January 25th with the final local Bouldering competition of the season and continues on Sunday the 26th with the first Difficulty competition of the year.

Provincials in Bouldering will then take place at the Project Climbing Centre in Abbotsford on February 8th, 2013, while the Difficulty regular season will continue with competitions at The Boulders in Central Saanich on February 22nd, the Richmond Oval on March 15th and the Rock Wall in Maple Ridge on March 22nd.  Difficulty (and Speed) Provincials take place at The Boulders in Central Saanich on April 5th.

The Bouldering competition at The Edge begins at 9:45 am Saturday the 25th with climbing in the Youth B category, while climbing in the Female Youth A, Junior and Open competition begins at  12:30 pm.  The Male Youth A, Junior and Open competition begins at 2:30 pm, while the Youth C, D, Experienced and Recreational categories begin at 5:00 pm.

The Difficulty competition at The Edge begins at 9:15 am Sunday the 26th with climbing in the Open, Junior, Youth A, Youth B and Experienced divisions.  Competition in the Youth C, Youth D and Recreational divisions begins at 11:00 am.

Full schedule details are available at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fg4j_YD0Mbpd0A_lHfD8e-2jIP19toBx0qPaKW27mxQ/edit?pli=1#

The Edge Climbing Centre is located at #2-1485 Welch Street in North Vancouver.  Spectators are welcome and admission to the event is free of charge.  Further details can be found on the Edge web site at http://www.edgeclimbing.com or by calling 604-984-9080.

About The Edge Climbing Centre
Located in North Vancouver British Columbia, The Edge Climbing Centre offers over 15,000 square feet of indoor climbing surface and provide a range of climbing programs for persons of all ages and abilities.  Visit www.edgeclimbing.com for more information.

About Sport Climbing Association of British Columbia (SCBC)
The Sport Climbing Association of British Columbia (SCBC) was established in 2012 to be the Provincial Sport Organization for competition climbing in British Columbia and to foster and promote the growth of competition climbing throughout the Province.  Learn more at www.sportclimbingbc.ca.

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