Competition Questionnaire

Competition Climbing

About You

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On average, how many days per month do you boulder or climb?
Include both indoor and outdoor climbing days.
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How many roped pitches do you do in an average climbing week?
Include only pitches 40-200 feet in length. Include warm-up pitches.
How many boulder problems do you do in an average climbing week?
Include all problems, Warm-Ups, Onsights, Sends, and Attempts

In which disciplines do you compete?

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Climbing Achievements

Include bouldering, rock climbing, alpine climbing, etc. Count all gym climbing as one area.
Include only rock types you climb on at least 5 days per year.
A redpoint can be a sport or traditional climb. A sport redpoint is assumed to have the draws in place. A traditional redpoint is assumed to be climbed placing all gear on lead.
A flash can be a lead of a sport or traditional climb or an indoor route. A sport flash is assumed to have the draws in place. A traditional flash is assumed to be climbed placing all gear on lead.

Additional Climbing Details

Include climbing training sessions such as System or Campus training.
This would include hangboard training, Campus board training, System Boards, Bachar Ladder, etc. Do not include weight training.
Please mark all of the training modes you employ regularly:

Injuries

Please mark all injuries you've had in the past or are currently dealing with:
Unless you fell down or got hit by something, it's probably a training-related injury.

Other Sports

Personal Information

(1 = Not at all, 5 = Very)
(1 = Very low, 5 = Very high)
(1 = poor, 5 = excellent)

What Drives You?

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