CEC 2019-2020 competition venues announced

Aug 26, 2019


CEC 2019/20 Series

During the selection of Venues for Upcoming CEC events 2019 – 2020, the CEC Events Sub-Committee, along with the High Performance Director, made venue selection decisions based upon the following criteria:

1. Venue resources:

  • The venue must have adequate wall space to safely host an event and this includes an appropriate isolation area for athletes.
  • The venue must have adequate viewing space to allow for the proper showcasing of the athletes by both in-house spectators and the live stream audience.
  • The venue must have access to an adequate hold and volume selection so as to engage the athletes in a national or regional event.
  • The venue must have a strong grassroots community that can be looked to for volunteer support of the event to make it a success.

2. Capacity to hold event (track record)

Venue must have a proven track record holding events in the past. Preference will be given to venues that have successfully hosted international, national, regional or provincial events. Venues must also have a proven safety record and support fair employment practices.

3. Annual Geographical Balance

Best efforts will be made to establish a balance between Eastern and Western events so as to distribute costs and responsibilities between the regions.

4. Historical Geographic Balance

Best efforts will be made to reflect upon prior years venue selections when choosing sites for the present calendar year in order to create a balance between the various regions and provinces.

5. Amenities

Access to hotels, restaurants, public transport, parking, airports and training facilities as well as access to media and telecommunications will also be taken into consideration.

6. Operational Status

Venue must be in a complete operational status a minimum one month prior to the event. Venue must have occupancy permits / certificates in place a minimum of one month prior to any event. This means all completions, renovations and modifications must be done before C.E.C. staff, route setters, technical delegates and/or athletes are on site.

7. Transportation costs

Selections will be made keeping the overall costs to athletes and families in mind.

Selections for 2019/2020

Open Boulder Regionals
East – Up the Bloc – Mississauga, ON
West: BoulderHouse – Victoria B.C.
December 14, 2019

Open Boulder Nationals
Altitude – Ottawa ON
January 11-12, 2020

Youth Boulder Regionals
East: Delire – Quebec City QC
West: Calgary Climbing Centre – Chinook
January 25-26 ,2020

Youth Boulder Nationals
The Hive – North Vancouver, B.C.
February 15-17, 2020

Lead/Speed Regionals (Including Open)
East: Horizon Roc – Montreal QC
West: The Boulders – Victoria B.C.
May 1-3, 2020

Lead/Speed Nationals (Including Open)
Richmond Oval* – Richmond B.C.
May 16-18, 2020

 

 

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While we are half way through our Speed World Cup season, our Bouldering World Cup season came to an end this week as we also started our Lead World Cup season.
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While we are half way through our Speed World Cup season, our Bouldering World Cup season came to an end this week as we also started our Lead World Cup season.
As a Nation, Canada finished 13th out of 48 ranked countries in bouldering.
Below are our final world ranking results in Bouldering for the 2022 season (overall, there are 150 ranked women, and 153 ranked men)
Alannah Yip 30th
Victor Baudrand 32nd
Madison Fischer 37th
Guy McNamee 41st
Sean McColl 45th
Babette Roy 61st
Indiana Chapman 65th
Oscar Baudrand 66th
Evangelina Briggs 72nd
Lucas Uchida 87th
Rebecca Frangos 89th
Emi Takeshita 103rd
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Lia Wieckowski 136th
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Thank you @boulderhallee4 for the amazing session and the new comp boulders! We had a ton of fun and are ready to go for the Innsbruck Boulder World Cup next week 😈

Merci @boulderhallee4 pour la super seance et pour les nouveaux bloc de competitions! Nous avons ou beaucoup de fun et nous sommes prêt pour la prochaine coup du monde à Innsbruck la semaine prochaîne.
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