Scottish National Bouldering league (SNBL) 2016-17

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keep up to speed with your placings here:

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Round 4: 
Round 5: 
Round 6: 


2015-16 Results:

See below for last years scores and winners

Final 2015-16 Results can be seen here

Now in its second year

Prizes Sponsored by Allcord

After a great start last year, the MCofS is pleased to announce the dates of the 2016-17 SNBL. We thank Allcord for continued support for all the prizes and member climbing walls of the Scottish Climbing Wall Network (SCWN) for hosting the rounds again. Last year saw over 120 climbers across Scotland sign up for the series and we hope many more will take up the challenge this winter. 

The Format:

The league uses one of the rounds of each host walls' scheduled winter bouldering competitions as a round for the League. There will be 6 rounds at walls across Scotland, one each month from October to March. Competitors can attend all 6 rounds and submit their scores if they wish and the best 4 scores are used to decide the final placings and the Scottish Bouldering Champions. It means that there is always an opportunity to get a better ranking if you find you've had a bad comp on one of the rounds part way through the winter!

The Categories:

Junior (16-17) / Adult (18-44) / Vets (45 )

Male / Female in each age category

PRIZES (from Allcord):

1stPlace: A Winners T-Shirt, an Original G-Pant, a Tendon Beanie, a ClimbX Chalk Bot, a Tendon Bottle & Camp mini karabiner

2ndPlace: A Runner-up T-Shirt, a Tendon Beanie, a ClimbX Chalk Bot, a Tendon Water Bottle, & Camp mini karabiner

3rdPlace: A Tendon Beanie, Camp Chalk Bag & a Camp mini-karabiner

How to Enter (and it's FREE):

Simply attend the SNBL round at the host walls (see below) and indicate when you take part that you wish to be entered into the SNBL. There is no additional cost. The final scores and prizes will be given out at Round 6 at EICA Ratho.

How is it Scored?

Because each climbing wall offers a different kind of competition and different a scoring system, we rank the individual round winners in the different categories and the ranked scores are totaled to find the winner after all rounds have been completed. The best 4 results out of 6 are used for the final rankings. Ranked scores will be posted on this webpage and notified through the MCofS Facebook after each round, so competitors can keep track of their potential placings.




Alien Rock:

Friday 28 October 2016

Friday 28 October

Round 1

Friday 25 November 2016

Friday 27 January 2017

Friday 24 February 2017

Inverness leisure:

Saturday 19 November 2016

Saturday 19 November Round 2

Transition Extreme:

Friday 4 November 2016

Saturday 3 December 2016

Saturday 3 December

Round 3

Friday 3 February 2017

Friday 3 March 2017

TCA Glasgow:

Saturday 22 October 2016

December 2016: Monthly Accumulator

Saturday 21 January 2017

Saturday 21 January Round 4

Saturday 25 March 2017

Avertical World:

Friday 21 October 2016

Friday 18 November 2016

Friday 17 February 2017

Friday 17 February

Round 5

Friday 10 March 2017

EICA: Ratho:

Saturday tbc Nov 2016

Saturday tbc Jan 2017

Saturday 18 March 2017

Saturday 18 March

Round 6