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More than 400 youth and adult climbers competed in the USA Climbing 2005 National Championship at Metrorock in Everest, Mass., over the Fourth of July weekend, and the top four young Americans in each age category were named to the U.S. Youth Teams in lead climbing and speed. Team members in the three oldest age groups (14 to 19 years old) are eligible to compete at the World Youth Championship, Aug. 25-28 in Beijing, China, and team members also earned a free trip to the U.S. Team Training Camp in Atlanta, July 28-Aug. 1. 2005 U.S. Youth Team Lead Climbing Girls 11 and Under (Youth D) 1. Cicada Jenerik 2. Laurel Shimamura 3. Hunter Schumaker 4. Audrey Hsu Boys 11 and Under (Youth D) 1. Joshua Levin 2. Andy Lamb 3. Jeremy Lack 4. Matt Tyler Girls 12-13 (Youth C) 1. Sasha Digiulian 2. Chauncenia Cox 3. Francesca Metcalf 4. Shannon Lochridge Boys 12-13 (Youth C) 1. William Butcher 2. Austin Boze 3. Matt Danford 4. Ben Novak Girls 14-15 (Youth B) 1. Tiffany Hensley 2. Marah Bragdon 3. Paige Claassen 4. Melissa Main Boys 14-15 (Youth B) 1. Grady Bagwell 2. Brian Antheunisse 3. Matt Fultz 4. Simon Benkert Girls 16-17 (Youth A) 1. Sierra Crane 2. Alex Johnson 3. Kasia Pietras 4. Alexandrea Puccio Boys 16-17 (Youth A) 1. Daniel Woods 2. Jon Cardwell 3. Carlo Traversi 4. Tyler Haack Girls 18-19 (Junior) 1. Chelsea Rude 2. Sarah Broun 3. Sydney McNair 4. Sage Early Boys 18-19 (Junior) 1. Zeb Engberg 2. Paul Wallace 3. Daniel Mills 4. Brian KimFor full results from the lead and speed-climbing finals at the National Championship, see http://www.usaclimbing.org/.