/ OI NEWS: Dry Tooling Series - Never Too Early to Start!
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/gear/news.php?id=3028
Will there be any Wet Tooling series this season?
It certainly puts the fun back into climbing :-) Usually a great atmosphere at these events and loads of people with helpful advice. Definitely worth trying if you haven't done it before.
Does anyone know if there is going to be a student competiton or student entry price? I'd like to go and recommend to those in my club to go, but am put off by £17 for one competition, expecially if (highly likely!) I'll be out in one of the first rounds. Call me tight if you want, but I have to be.
We have managed to cut the cost down by £3 a head from last year and the comps are a full days entertainment regardless of how hard you climb.
The qualifiers take the lion share of the time and everyone gets a chance on every route.
We also have some great prizes this year with a wide variety of sponsors across the series.
Hope you can make it!
Into the last week of bookings so book now to avoid disappointment! http://www.scottishtoolingseries.co.uk/2010/08/glasgow-climbing-centre-2/
23rd October Kev Shields (free to competitors) http://www.scottishtoolingseries.co.uk/2010/10/kev-shields/
13th November Andy Kirkpatrick off the wall http://www.scottishtoolingseries.co.uk/2010/09/andy-kirkpatrick-off-the-wall/
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