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Overview of Competitive Climbing

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Competitive climbing, also known as Comp, is a competitive sport where the players climb artificial walls that resemble natural rock formations. This sport is mostly played in indoor courts on artificial walls. The rules of the competition vary based on different categories. This tutorial will let you know about various aspects of the game like its rules, method of playing, scoring, etc.

Competitive climbing is an indoor competitive sport where the players need to climb the artificial walls. There are three different categories in this sport which are lead, speed and bouldering. The rules and strategies vary based on the sport type. With a wide popularity worldwide, this game was also considered to be included in Olympic Games in 2013.

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Participating Countries

Both as a recreational activity and as a competitive sport, competitive climbing is presently one of the popular sports. Today more than 75 countries actively participate in different worldwide competitive climbing events which include popular events like World Championship and the Youth Championship.

Some of the countries where competitive climbing is considered as a popular sport are France, Italy, Spain, Ukraine, Russia, Austria, Japan, Canada, Slovenia, and Netherlands.

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