Thanks to all of our High Performance Partners, without whom, we would not be able to do what we do:)
Arc’teryx, the global design company specializing in technical high-performance apparel and equipment, has entered into a multi-year agreement with CEC to support competition climbing at a national level. This partnership is designed to champion the development and growth of competitive climbing in Canada over the next years
“Founded by climbers in 1989, Arc’teryx began its iconic design legacy with its first product, a climbing harness. Rooted in climbing from its inception, Arc’teryx is proud to be supporting the next generation of Canadian climbers through this partnership with CEC.”
The Richmond Olympic Oval is an indoor multi-sport and fitness facility that inclusively caters to community members and visitors at any fitness level. The Oval has partnered with CEC to support the development of community, provincial and national level athletes through the delivery of HPP programming and services, access to world class facilities and equipment, and the hosting of CEC training camps, competitions, and events.
Nomad Walls is the Official Wall and Flooring Partner of the CEC HPP and worked closely to build and develop a new boulder training wall at the Richmond Oval.
“Over the next few years, Nomad Walls is thrilled to contribute to the growth of Climbing in Canada through this partnership with CEC. Nomad Walls will support the Canadian athletes’ development by providing them with state-of-the-art climbing solutions ranging from standard fixed walls to fully modular and mobile walls. Nomad Walls was created with the purpose of bringing modern climbing virtually anywhere. Founded by a team of passionate climbers with an engineering background, innovation is at the core of every product they design.”
“Bold Climbing and our IFSC Sponsor brands – Artline, Blocz, Bluepill, and Rockcity – are proud to be part of the High Performance Program. It’s an honor to help Canada’s future Olympians achieve their dreams, and push the limits of climbing in Canada.”