Ever thought about joining the GB Climbing teams but don't know how to get there?
This page contains all the necessary information which is outlined in each section document- whether Ice climbing is your passion or you are a young climber looking to join the Development Squad.
GB Climbing Selection Policies:
GB National Development Squad
The aim of the GB National Development Squad is to develop climbers on the talent pathway into well-rounded athletes and young people.
The GB National Development Squad 2021 Selection Policy can be found here.
The GB Climbing Youth and Junior Team International 2020 Selection document can be found here.
The minutes of the review can be found here.
The Senior squad is the best of British Competition Climbers who reguarly compete internationally and on home soil.
The policy outlines the two routes to achieving selection.
Selection Policy for Senior IFSC International events in 2019 can be found here.
The selection policy for the GB Senior Squad for 2020 can be found here
GB Paraclimbing Team
For those Paraclimbers who are eligible to compete according to IFSC categories.
The selection policy for the GB Paraclimbing Team can be found here.
The selection policy for 2021 Squad can be found here.
GB Ice Climbing Team
The Ice climbing team is currently managed by the BMC and Mountaineering Scotland.
Anyone wishing to be a part of Ice climbing nand enter international events requiring a license, should download and complete the attached application form and return it firstname.lastname@example.org
This document outlines the procedure for anyone who wishes to make an appeal regarding selection.
As the climbing walls, crags and mountains start to open, we wanted to say thanks to every BMC member who supported us through the Coronavirus crisis.
From weekly Facebook Lives and GB Climbing home training videos, to our access team working to re-open the crags and fight for your mountain access, we couldn’t have made it without you.
If you liked what we did, then tell your friends about us: www.thebmc.co.uk/join
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