Justin Roth, writing on The Stone Mind about last week’s Psicocomp:
The 2014 Psicocomp ended up even more exciting than the 2013 version. Clearly the event organizers paid attention to issues they encountered on their maiden voyage and tried to remedy them (hot tubs to keep soaked competitors from going hypothermic between heats, for example).
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Like bakers tweaking a recipe, they adjusted the ingredients and the ratios to create a better overall result.
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Speed climbing up a steep wall in a head-to-head sudden-death format with little downtime, plus big falls into water, all in a scenic outdoor setting (coincidence that it’s at an Olympic training facility?
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), attended by some of the continent’s strongest climbers—it turned out to be a heady mix that left the attending throngs stoked.
Between this and what happened at April’s SCS Nationals it’s been a pretty big year for speed climbing.