Youth Climbing Series 2018 Grand Final - results

Posted by Mark Alderson on 28/04/2018
A busy day ahead, EICA Ratho

The Grand Final of the 2018 BMC Youth Climbing Series took place at Edinburgh International Climbing Arena, Ratho near Edinburgh on Saturday 28 April 2018.

What an amazing day of competition climbing!

Full results can be found here.

Boys a

1 Rhys Langlands

2 Matthew Fall

3 Samuel Butterworth

Girls a

1 Emma Davidson

2 Isabelle Adams

3 Ruby Petch

Boys b

1 Alfie Duckworth

2 Zak Brown

3 Finlay Johnston

Girls b

1 Lauren Barnett

2 Lisa Kean

3  Maisie Guilhem

Boys c

1 Toby Roberts

2 Felix Warren

3 Jamie Jenkins

Girls c

1 Gwen Morgan

2 Edie Carr

3  Amelia Morno Ishii-Clarke

Boys d

1 Sean Henchion

2 Sam Hammond

3 Kit Heffer

Girls d

1 Malgorzata Kurek

2 Valissya May

3  Izzy Bridgens

Boys e

1 Dylan Heason

2 Ruaridh Goodall

3 Jack Adams

Girls e

1 Rose Stemp

2 Kaitlynn Fletcher

3 Millie Carrington


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From weekly Facebook Lives and GB Climbing home training videos, to our access team working to re-open the crags and fight for your mountain access, we couldn’t have made it without you.

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