With all climbing centres shut over lock down, climbing practise for our students was put on hold for much of 2020. But Trinity pupils have really thrown themselves back into the sport, and this week saw the first regional schools climbing competition for about 18 months.

Students did a fantastic job of working through twenty boulder climbs (ranging from 5a- 7c) and five top ropes, with some really tricky routes involving flagging, side pulls and dynos.

Well done to all the competitors: Felix Barry-Casademunt; Andrew Ah-Weng; Oskar Cobb; Ben Sindall; Sejan Vigness; Arthur Clark; Samson Terret; Lucy McMullen; Safi Tiotto-Smith; Aman De Silva; Sami Siddiqi; Barnaby Corry; Will Lewis; Dara Adepoju and Roshan Frost.




"All our pupils did themselves proud, showing great determination on some very tough climbs and great team spirit. I look forward to entering more competitions with our ever expanding cohort of enthusiastic climbers."

Mrs Prestney

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