Please find World Cup Application Process information at the bottom of the page
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The “registered interest deadlines” for the 2022 World Cups are below.
As set forth in USA Climbing Team Selection Procedures Document Section 5.5, athletes must register their interest in a competition by the relevant registered interest deadline. Such interest is registered by:
(a) registering (their interest) for the competition in their USA Climbing membership account at the USA Climbing website;
AND (b) submitting their IFSC registration information via this Google Form.
Interest is registered only if both (a) and (b) are completed by the relevant registered interest deadline, and athletes who do not register such interest by the deadline will not be eligible to receive a World Cup start for this specific event. The list of athletes eligible to register their interest are listed on the National Teams page of usaclimbing.org, and only such athletes may register their interest. For further information on the competition start registration process, please refer to relevant sections of the USA Climbing Team Selection Procedures Document
Each athlete is responsible for confirming successful completion of all steps in “registering of interest”. To confirm successful registration in their USA Climbing membership account. After completion of the Google Form, the athlete will receive an email confirmation within 5 minutes. Any issues should be reported to firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
For any questions related to the registration process, event information, team travel, etc., please contact USA Climbing National Teams Manager, Meg Coyne (email@example.com).
Note: USA Climbing must complete registration with the IFSC by these dates for World Cups. These are *not* the deadlines for US athletes to register their interest.
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