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Newfoundland Climbers at the Canada Eastern Regional Championships

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Montreal, QC – A huge weekend for competitive youth climbing in Newfoundland! Youth athletes and coaches from Cove Bouldering and Wallnuts climbing gyms in St John’s represented the province at Climbing Canada Youth Bouldering Eastern Regional Championships at Beta Bloc in Montrea, Quebec.

Many firsts. It is the largest team from Newfoundland to ever compete out of province. Seven athletes qualified for the national championships, the highest number ever. Five climbers advanced to final with one of them, Owen Lang,  getting a bronze medal.

Owen Lang (right)

🔘 15 youth athletes (ages 14-19) – out of 193

🔘 7 athletes qualified for Nationals – out of 90
🔘 5 athletes in finals – out of 80
🔘 1 podium finish – a bronze medal for @olang_s

#climbnl #bouldernl @sportspagenl

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