YCS 2019: Round 1 Start Times

Posted by Amii Wilkes on 09/01/2019

We hope you’re all looking forward to the first round of the Youth Climbing Series 2019 this Saturday 12 January. The format for the boulder round is three hours, ten problems and five attempts per problem. You can find the start times for your region below.

Round 1 results can be found HERE

North East & Yorkshire

Registration is 1-1.5 hours ahead of climbing start time.
There will be a briefing ahead of each climbing start time.

Climbing start times:
11.00am          - Youth E
12.00pm          - Youth D
1.00pm            - Youth C
2.00pm            - Youth B & A

North West & Lakes
Registration is 1-1.5 hours ahead of climbing start time.
There will be a briefing ahead of the climbing start time.

Climbing start times:
8.45am            - Registration Youth A, B, C, D & E
9.45am            - Group Warm Up for those who wish to take part.  
10.00am          - Induction/briefing
10.15am          - Climbing starts
1.15pm            - Climbing Ends

Wales
Registration is 1-1.5 hour ahead of climbing time.
There will be a briefing ahead of each climbing start time.

Climbing start times:
11.00am          - Youth E & D
1.00pm           - Youth C
2.00pm           - Youth B & A

Midlands & Peak
Registration is 1 hour ahead of climbing start time.
There will be a briefing ahead of each climbing start time.

Climbing start times:
11.00am          - Youth E
12.00pm          - Youth D
1.00pm            - Youth C
2.00pm            - Youth B
3.00pm            - Youth A

London & SE (North)
Registration is 1-1.5 hour ahead of climbing start time.
There will be a briefing ahead of each climbing start time.

Climbing start times:
11:00am          -  Youth E
12:00pm          -  Youth D
1:00pm            -  Youth C
2:00pm            -  Youth B
3:00pm            - Youth A

London & SE (South)
Registration is 1 hour ahead of climbing start time.
There will be a briefing ahead of each climbing start time.

Climbing start times:
10.00am          - Youth E
11.00am          - Youth B
12.00pm          - Youth D
1.00pm            - Youth C
2.00pm            - Youth A

South West
There are two separate registration times, see below.
There will be a briefing ahead of each climbing start time.

Climbing start times:
10.00am          - Registration & briefing for E & D
11.00am          - Youth E
12.00pm          - Youth D
12.00pm          - Registration & briefing for C, B & A
1.00pm            - Youth C
2.00pm            - Youth B
3.00pm            - Youth A

We would like to say a big thank you for your patience whilst we worked on getting these details together. We hope you enjoy the new format.

For further information on the YCS visit - YCS Page
 


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