USA Climbing Sport Local Youth Competition
Momentum Climbing Sandy – April 6, 2019
Momentum Climbing in Sandy, Utah will be hosting a local USA Climbing Sport Youth Competition on Saturday April 6th, 2019.
Competition Information and Schedule
This USA Climbing Sport Local Youth Competition will take place on Saturday April 6th, 2019. The competition will run in two sessions with a max of 60 competitors each session.
Schedule: Saturday April 6th, 2019 – Momentum Indoor Climbing Sandy – 220 w 10600 s, Sandy, UT 84070
- Check-In: 8:00am
- Competitor Meeting: 8:50am
- Session 1 Climbing: 9:00am – 12:00pm
- Check-In: 12:00pm
- Competitor Meeting: 12:50pm
- Session 2 Climbing: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
This competition will run as a redpoint format.
All competitors and spectators must complete a Momentum Indoor Climbing Waiver before entering the climbing facility. Waivers can be completed here: http://www.momentumclimbing.com/waiver
— Competitors must be members of USA Climbing to participate in this youth competition. For more information about the USA Climbing membership and FAQ’s click here: http://www.usaclimbing.org/Members/Membership_FAQ.htm
We are in need of volunteers for belaying, check in and various other tasks for both sessions of this local youth competition. Volunteers will be given Momentum day passes as a thank you for your help.
Momentum is proud to support the local climbing community. We’ve supported the SLCA for many years as one of its top three sponsors in direct and in-kind donations, and we host activities and membership drives every year. We are currently working with SLCA to run the first annual Climb-A-Mile fundraiser where participants can sign up to climb one vertical mile at Momentum Sandy and Millcreek.
Our support extends beyond our front doors to the local outdoor climbing as well. Momentum employees volunteer their time to support SLCA Adopt-a-Crag’s, trail work, and instruct at the annual Salt Lake Climbing Festival. We also encourage our youth participants to volunteer in local stewardship opportunities throughout the Wasatch.