It was a big weekend for the Dynomites athletes at the 2021 Climbing NZ Lead & Para Championships. Dynomites athletes gave it their all and some solid podiums were secured. Fletcher McGrath secured 2nd in the Youth D Male toprope. Will Browne & Jamie Birchler grabbed 1st & 2nd respectively in Youth C Male, while Jasmine Arnold-Clarke was 1st in Youth C Female.
Dynomites athletes went all out for the 2020 CNZ National Bouldering competition - one of the few comps that went ahead in 2020. Fletcher McGrath & Toby Browne held 1st and 2nd in Youth D Male. In a trifecta Jamie Birchler, Will Browne and Stephen Lam-Tran grabbed 1st, 2nd & 3rd in Youth C Male! Jasmine Arnold-Clarke secured 1st in Youth C Female. Youth B Male saw
The inaugural New Zealand Open Combined Championship was recently held in Tauranga. If you didn't manage to catch the live streams you can rewatch them on the CNZ You Tube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzqYta62h0duX_c6cXK5T9w We are really proud to share that George Sanders placed 2nd overall in the Open Male, finishing consistently 2nd in the finals for Speed, Bouldering a
Last year in our club survey, members expressed their interest in Dynomites supporting more outdoor climbing. Whilst this can be quite hard to manage this from a capability, capacity and safety perspective, this year we were able to support a bouldering trip down to Castle Hill over the recent school holidays for interested Talent Programme and Development Squad members. We also had s
Wow what a weekend! Well done to everyone that competed at the Climbing New Zealand 2019 National Bouldering Championships at Hangdog. The standard and depth in each of the age groups seems to be increasing with each event and the training and commitment everyone has been putting in definitely came through. We saw some exceptional climbs as well as a lot of tenacity and resilienc
Event Details Date: 2019-08-03 – 04 Venue: Hangdog Climbing Centre, Wellington Categories: Bouldering , National Climbing New Zealand Championships for all Youth grades plus Masters Club membership and CNZ licence required Event to crown national champions for 2019. The competition will be run in the IFSC format for all age groups.
Dynomites youth and masters alike competed today in Round 1 of the 2019 National Indoor Bouldering Series held at HangDog. A big congratulations to all who took part, we hope you had fun and loved the way you all crushed the wall! There were some huge climbing efforts and a special mention to Jaymie Tervoort who placed 3rd in the Open Female finals and 1st in U18 Female. Other succes
Overall Dynomites Climbing Club won the 2018 National Championship with a total score of 9467 Everybody who competed in National Competitions contributed toward this score and our amazing first place result. We are incredibly proud of how much you have all achieved this year, you've got there living the values of collaboration and supporting each other as well as demonstrating hard work and c
It was an awesome effort from everyone that competed at the National Bouldering Competition over the weekend in Hamilton. This was the last competition of the 2018 season and did not disappoint with the ever increasing display of skill. Its been a mammoth year, so it was great to see so many of you up in Hamilton wearing the Dynomites colours and supporting each other. We had 19 climbers i
22/23 September saw the Dynomites host the the 2nd National Bouldering Competition 2018 at Hangdog. Once again the Dynomites team members did us all proud role modelling collaborative and supportive behaviours and making climbers from visiting clubs feel welcome. The route setters did an amazing job and came up with some really creative, dynamic problems to test everyone.&nb
The 15th Anchor AIMS Games International Sporting Championships took place in Tauranga from 10-14 September and this year it features Rock Climbing for the first time. We had 6 DynoMites competing for their various schools and we are proud to share their amazing results from the finals: Mac Duggan - 1st overall for Year 7 Boys, 1st in Top Rope, 1st in Bouldering and 2nd in Spee
Well done to everyone that competed at the 2nd National Lead Climbing Competition 2018 in Auckland. There was a fantastic turn out from the DynoMites with so many athletes from the club making the journey. Once again the DynoMites team members did us all proud role modelling collaborative and supportive behaviours. There was also a new appearance of a “Happy Hat” to contribu
Well done to everyone that competed at the National Bouldering Competition over the weekend in Mt. Maunganui. There was some really strong competition, which made it really exciting and a little nervy to watch at times! It really highlighted the massive depth of talent especially in the Youth C and B female groups with good numbers of really strong athletes spurring each other on to better and be
A big thank you to everyone involved in the competition this past weekend!! Competitors, HangDog Indoor Climbing Centre and all of the AMAZING volunteers - route setters, judges, belayers, timekeepers, forerunners, isolation monitors, route map drawers, food stall staff & bakers - we had a super team
We hope you have all had an epic holiday break and had a chance to squeeze in some outdoor climbing :) First session for 2018 Our first club night will be Sunday 4th February 2018. Dynomites Registration for 2018 Information about how to register as a 2018 Dynomites Member and for our coached sessions will be sent out early February. Climbing NZ A