Woods, Durif Win At 2013 SCS Nationals

Woods, Durif Win At 2013 SCS Nationals

After a whirlwind evening that saw 20 competitors test themselves on their respective finals routes, Charlotte Durif and Daniel Woods emerged victorious at 2013 SCS Nationals.

For the women, visiting French climber Charlotte Durif showed emphatically that she is one of the best female climbers in the world as she fluidly moved up the women’s finals route for its only onsight.  Delaney Miller took National Champion honors by virtue of a truly impressive 2nd place performance that saw her fall one move from the finish.  Rounding out the top three was Chelsea Rude who also made it near the end of the route before spitting off.  Last year’s defending champion, Sasha DiGiulian, never seemed in top form the entire weekend and finished in 9th position.

On the men’s side, Daniel Woods recovered from an uneven qualifying round to nearly top out the men’s route and claim the crown of National Champion.  Woods becomes the first person to be ABS and SCS National Champion in the same year so a huge congrats to him.  In 2nd was Carlo Traversi who backed up his strong qualifying performance with a solid performance in finals.  Rounding out the podium for the men was the young darkhorse Noah Ridge who I expect you’ll be seeing for many years to come in events like this.  Last year’s champion, Vasya Vorotnikov, finished in 5th.

Men’s Final Results Women’s Final Results
  1. Daniel Woods
  2. Carlo Traversi
  3. Noah Ridge
  4. Jon Cardwell
  5. Vasya Vorotnikov
  6. Elan Jonas Mcrae*
  7. Rob D’Anastasio
  8. Alex Fritz
  9. Josh Levin
  1. Charlotte Durif*
  2. Delaney Miller**
  3. Chelsea Rude
  4. Chauncey Carroll
  5. Tiffany Hensley
  6. Kyra Condie
  7. Cicada Jenerik
  8. Meagan Martin
  9. Sasha DiGiulian**
  10. Angela Payne
  11. Nina Williams
*Foreign National
**Continental Champion

2013 SCS Women’s  Lead Podium

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2013 SCS Male Lead Podium

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2013 SCS Male Speed Podium – National Champion is Josh Levin

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2013 SCS Women’s Speed Podium – National Champion is Kyra Condie

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Thanks again to everyone who helped put on the live broadcast as well as everyone who tuned in.  I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t more comfortable behind a keyboard, but working on these broadcasts has been a really great experience for me so thanks to everyone for their support.  Until next time…

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14 Responses to Woods, Durif Win At 2013 SCS Nationals

  1. PBC April 7, 2013 at 4:58 pm #

    Dat RedBull can….

    On a more serious note, way to go Daniel. The guy is crushing both major US competition formats.

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    • chris April 7, 2013 at 7:02 pm #

      I figure, when you can squeeze that hard, maybe you need to be very diligent and delicate when you hold on to things that aren’t hard as rock…

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  2. Coach April 7, 2013 at 9:27 pm #

    He really does hold everything like that, kinda funny. We we’re talking about that in ISO before Finals.

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    • Carlos Lugo April 8, 2013 at 9:33 am #

      I bet it comes from bouldering so much in the higher areas of RMNP. The glacially polished stone there can be really glassy.. i felt myself “overgripping” everything there to avoid slipping off due to low texture.

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  3. justin April 8, 2013 at 1:45 pm #

    Dang! Daniel is getting to be a CRUSHER! Cool to see Carlo right on his heels too, both here as well as ABS. Also, what happened to Sasha Diguilian? I didn’t really get to see her climb. Was the women’s field super stacked and she had a bad day of climbing or what? I was quite surprised to see her come in so low.

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  4. Andy April 8, 2013 at 2:14 pm #

    I’ve just heard a rumor that Woods was actually disqualified. Does anyone know about this?

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    • Narc April 8, 2013 at 2:20 pm #

      Heard where?

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    • ben April 8, 2013 at 2:59 pm #

      Pretty sure he wasn’t dq’d.. the final results are in and the comp was 2 days ago..

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    • Narc April 8, 2013 at 8:15 pm #

      He had a technical incident on his 1st qualifier on Friday that required him to reclimb that route. But I haven’t heard anything about him being DQ’ed.

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      • Coach April 9, 2013 at 9:12 am #

        I believe that technically, he was actually DQ’ed, but an appeal was filed and he was allowed to re-climb the route. He failed to clip from the required hold- holds demarcated with a blue X require the climber to clip from or before the designated hold. Apparently Daniel was confused about this when the judge told him before his route.

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        • Andy April 9, 2013 at 5:00 pm #

          That’s what they were talking about. Thanks for the clarification.

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  5. Bearclawmcgee April 8, 2013 at 8:13 pm #

    He was disqualified from the north face masters down in chile because he jumped from the top of one of the problema instead of going down the ladder.

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  6. Logan April 13, 2013 at 11:49 am #

    He missed the mandatory clip, was told to come down and didn’t, climbed the whole route then filed the complaint, then was allowed to climb the whole route again. He should have been scored to the highest point of the climb before the technical which would have seen him come up short of qualifying especial after not listening to the judge and lowering after the fault. He would have been DQ’ed in world cup for sure.

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