World Youth Championships Results

Posted by on 30/08/2005

The Junior British Climbing Team competed in the World Youth Championships in Beijing, China, last weekend. 347 climbers from 37 countries competed in the event.

The squad of fourteen climbers put in some strong performances, the most notable being Natalie Berry’s 5th place in the Female Youth B category, and Tyler Landman’s 5th place in the Male Youth B category. Team results in the three age categories;

Female Junior Jemma Powell 24th Female Youth A Katy Whittaker 21st Female Youth B Natalie Berry 5th Bethany Monks 17th Male Junior Ben West 15th Cal Reedie 24th Joe Wilson 40th Liam Desroy 45th Male Youth A Jeffrey Landman 16th Tom Bolger 19th Tom Newman 36th Tony Musselbrook 39th Male Youth B Tyler Landman 5th Robert Mackenzie 39th Age categories Junior - born 1986/87 Youth A - born 1988/89 Youth B - born 1989/90 See the ICC website for full results and photos.



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