Registration is now open for all eligible athletes for OCF Difficulty Provincials at Altitude Gym in Gatineau, Quebec on April 20th/21st 2019.
Below are the lists of the top 20 Ontario Youth athletes that are eligible to compete.
As per our Rules:
- the top 20 youth athletes in each category qualify to compete at Provincial Championships
- to be eligible for the top 20, a youth athlete must be an Ontario resident (regardless of citizenship)
- the top 20 rankings are based on each athlete’s single best result at a local Difficulty competition
- in ranking the top 20, we have adjusted results from each local to exclude non-Ontario athletes
Any Open competitor is eligible to compete at OCF Difficulty Provincials, whether or not you have competed at a local event.
Canadian citizens without a PSO and non-resident Foreign Nationals may also compete. Please contact the registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration can be completed here (member.climbontario.ca).
Note: Invitations will NOT be issued to athletes. It is the athlete/parent’s responsibility to register for Provincials before the deadline of Tuesday April 16th at 11:59 pm. NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED PAST THE CUTOFF TIME.
|07:30||Check in and warmup area opening|
|09:00||Qualifiers C M&F, AJO M&F Q1 and Q2|
|14:00||Qualifiers B M&F, D M&F Q1 and Q2|
|08:00-09:00||Iso opens and closes|
|09:30||Semi final round|
|14:30-15:30||Iso opens and closes|
The official schedule & running orders will be posted on Wednesday April 17th.
Each category will have 2 designated qualifier routes, and competitors have one attempt only on each route. Points per hold scoring is used. D & C categories climb on top rope. B, A, Jr & Open categories lead climb. There is no ISO area for this round; competitors get to watch a route demo (live or on video loop) before the round begins and competitors are allowed to watch each other climb. The top 12 after qualifiers in each youth category advance to semi-finals (non-Ontario residents are extra quota for youth categories).
Each category will have one designated semi-final route, and competitors have one attempt only on the route. Points per hold scoring is used. Competitors remain in isolation until their attempt and may not watch each other climb. Competitors get an observation period to view their final route before the round begins. The top 8 semi-finalists in each youth category advance to finals (non-Ontario residents are extra quota for youth categories).
Each category will have one designated final route. Finalists have one attempt only on the route. Points per hold scoring is used. Finalists remain in isolation until their attempt and may not watch each other climb. Finalists get an observation period to view their final route before the round begins.
Volunteers are needed for this comp. Please contact email@example.com if you are able to provide support.