Canadian Sean McColl climbed his way to the win in a neck-and-neck final round.
The 2014 Psicobloc Masters took place at Park City, Utah on Fri. Aug. 8 and delivered a jaw-dropping evening of entertainment.
Climbers went head-to-head on 17-metre routes. Both the men’s and women’s involved big, dynamic movement which encouraged speed and visually-pleasing dynos.
Sasha Digiulian, who won last year for the women, did not make it to the semi-finals this year. The women’s winner was 16-year-old Clair Buhrfeind from Texas, in second was Delaney Miller who placed second in 2013.
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It was McColl who gave the memorable performance with a number of dynos to edge out last year’s second place winner Daniel Woods to win for the men.
It should be noted that two Canadian-born climbers have won Psicocomp. Digiulian, who is now American, was born in Canada, and McColl, who lives abroad, is from Canada’s West Coast.
1. Sean McColl
2. Daniel Woods
1. Clair Buhrfeind
2. Delaney Miller
Sean McColl beating Chris Sharma in the semis