Location Announced for USA Climbing 2024 Youth Nationals

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The Youth National Championships return for 2024 and will be hosted at USA Climbing’s very own National Training Center in Salt Lake City, UT, July 6-14!

Twenty-four national champions will be crowned as young athletes compete in bouldering, lead, and speed over the nine-day Youth National Championships.

Competitor Registration Windows

Normal Registration Period
Normal Registration Begins: Tuesday, June 18 at 12:00 p.m. (noon) MT
Normal Registration Deadline: Friday, June 21 at 11:59 p.m. MT
Registration Fee: $175 + $55 per discipline

Extended Registration Period
Extended Registration Begins: Saturday, June 22
Extended Registration Deadline: Wednesday, June 26 at 11:59 p.m. MT
Registration Fee: $225 + $55 per discipline

Late Registration Period
Late Registration Begins: Thursday, June 27
Late Registration Deadline: Friday, July 5 at 12:00 p.m. (noon) MT
Registration Fee: $425 + $55 per discipline

Spectator Information

Competitors will receive a plus one ticket for each round of competition they participate in. Spectator tickets will go on sale on Tuesday, June 18 in line with the competitor registration opening. Ample tickets will be available for purchase.

HB 257 Information

USA Climbing recognizes that the recent passing of HB 257 affects trans and non-binary members. USA Climbing does not support this legislation and remains committed to fostering an environment where all climbers feel welcome and can strive for success. The USA Climbing Training Center is a privately owned space that is not required to comply with HB 257. Moreover, the facility will have gender-neutral bathroom options for participants. For those who are traveling to Utah and would like more information about HB 257, check out the HB 257 FAQs provided to us by the ACLU of Utah and Equality Utah. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions.

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