Deadpoint is back & deader than ever
Every year around Halloween, local and national climbers get together at The Front SLC for the Deadpoint Bouldering Competition! On October 26, 2019, get ready to strut your stuff in a costume contest, compete for a monster cash purse, enjoy a candy bowl of prizes, drink some boos and cheer on your friends!
Whether you climb V0 or V9, all competitors (no matter where you place in your division) are likely to go home with awesome gear from our sponsors, and you will without a doubt have a blast at the sickest Halloween party in the Salt Lake Valley!
Register below before 10/18 for $5 off. Front members receive an additional $5 off. Every competitor gets a rad comp t-shirt, steel cup and swag bag!
10/26 Citizens Schedule
REDPOINT SESSION 1*
Check-in: 11AM · Rules Meeting: 11:45AM · Climbing: 12-3PM
REDPOINT SESSION 2
Check-in: 2:30PM · Rules Meeting: 3:45PM · Climbing: 4-7PM
*Open competitors must compete in Session 1. Citizen competitors, choose whichever session works best with your schedule.
THE PARTY: 7-10PM
Awards · Raffles · DJ Simba Sax · Costume Contest · Food by Lucky Slice · Drinks from Beehive Distilling & Red Rock Brewing
OPEN FINALS: 8:15-10PM
Open (V8+) competitors throwing down for the $3k cash purse!
10/25-26 USAC Youth Schedule
FRIDAY, 10/25 - YOUTH A/YOUTH B/JUNIOR
Check-in: 4:30PM · Rules Meeting: 5:45PM · Climbing: 6-9PM
SATURDAY, 10/26 - YOUTH C/YOUTH D
Check-in: 7AM · Rules Meeting: 7:45AM · Climbing: 8-11AM
USAC awards will be presented from 12-12:30PM
Pricing & Registration
Citizens (V0 - V7): $45
Open (V8+): $55
After 10/18: +$5
USA Climbing Competitors: $40
Spectators are FREE
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Thank You to our 2019 Sponsors
Does your business want to partner with us for Deadpoint 2019? Check out our sponsor packet here!
During every competition, there are a few Redpoint sessions and one Finals. Both Citizens (V0 – V7) and Open (V8+) competitors participate in a Redpoint session. There are typically 2 or 3 Redpoint sessions to choose from, pick whatever works best for you (if you're an Open competitor this year, you must sign up for Session 1. Then the top six female and top six male Open competitors will continue onto Finals where they compete to take home their share of the cash purse!
Who can compete?
Anyone! Every competitor is automatically entered into a raffle to win sweet gear from our sponsors. Competitors also receive a comp shirt and tickets to watch the Open finals.
Can I still register the day of?
Yes, you can register right before competing. However, we encourage you to register online in advance to speed up check-in lines.
What categories can I enter in?
All 5 categories are shown below, each is split by men and women.
Beginner: V0 – V2 | Intermediate: V3 – V5 | Advanced: V5 – V7 | Masters: Any level for ages 35+ | Open: V8+ (competes for finals)
Citizens Comp Scoring
You keep track of your own score card throughout the comp! Every problem has a point value. A problem is complete after you grab the top rail. The point value less any ‘fall value’ is your score for that problem.
Any time you fail attempting a problem, subtract the fall value from your final score for that problem if you end up completing it.
The event fall value is posted on your score card and may differ between each event. You can only score once for each problem.
Your final score is the sum of your top five problem scores.
Scoring example: 687 problem – 150 falls = 537 total.
Don’t fret—scoring will be explained in detail before every session.
First and foremost, our comps are meant to be fun and to establish camaraderie within our community. These are a great way to meet and climb with those who share your love of the sport. We encourage you to be supportive of your fellow climber.
Some guidelines for how to act:
« Wait your turn and be courteous
« Stay off the pads if you’re not climbing
« Be safe – don’t walk, run, or climb under others
« Don’t get frustrated, stay positive, and have fun!
« Be sure to watch others for beta
« Pace yourself – remember it’s a timed event, not a race
« Don’t take it too seriously! Don’t be intimidated by the term “competition”