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British Bouldering Championships Livestreamed on BBC Sport

On Sunday 8th July, the British Bouldering Championships will be livestreamed from Devonshire Green in Sheffield on BBC Sport.

BBC Sport livestreaming of the BBCs 2018., 150 kb
BBC Sport livestreaming of the BBCs 2018.
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The competition will be featured on the BBC Sport Live Guide webpage with streams of Semi-Finals and Finals starting at 10:25 and 17:15 respectively, on Sunday 8th July.

In 2016, the BMC managed to get the BBCs hashtag trending third on Twitter in the whole of the UK. This year, the hashtag to remember is '#BBCs2018' and there'll be more cash prizes for the best posts on social media that use it.

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We do have a YouTube channel, check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/teamBMC Last year we streamed to YouTube, but this year the opportunity developed to send the stream to the BBC but for tech and BBC reasons we...
It should all be available on BMCTV or you should do what IFSC do and start your own youtube channel. Anything on the BBC needs a license, even iplayer. I don't have a license and therefore don't watch any BBC...
We didn't find the music too loud, but definitely thought Grimer's mic was too quiet. We could hear Percy fine, but missed most of Grimer's whimsical detours.  We found their commentary to be much better than the...
Really enjoyed this, caught the end of the semis then watched the finals with my girls. My eldest really got into it. Thought the commentary was fine, quite liked Gaz, not sure who the other bloke was, no worse than...
So for me that was what I found a bit annoying. I didn't think it was a particularly exciting finish. Nathan won by Dave Barrans failing to get up something. Hannah Slaney appeared to walk up the last problem with ease....
Great event once again.  3rd year in a row for us now.  Music still too loud :-( Had a 3hr drive back after the event and I felt like I had been barbequed, it was sooo hot. 1st time I have seen Natalie climb. ...

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