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Triple Crown Bouldering Series Gallery 2005-2006

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Triple Crown Bouldering Series Gallery 2005-2006

Andrew Traylor on Odd Job V8 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Chris Sierzant on Stepchild Low V8 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Chris Sierzant on Stepchild Low V8 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Chris Sierzant on White Face V11 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Chris Sierzant on White Face V11 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Crowd morning before comp © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Crowd morning before comp © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Daniel Woods on Slider Sit V10 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Daniel Woods on Slider Sit V10 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Competitor on Hammerhead V5 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Competitor on Hammerhead V5 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Arriving at Mont Lake Golf Club © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Arriving at Mont Lake Golf Club © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Greg Kottkamp on Biggie-Shorty V10 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Greg Kottkamp on Biggie-Shorty V10 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Registration Line © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Registration Line © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Kate Reese on Psychosomatic V9 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Kate Reese on Psychosomatic V9 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Registration Line © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Registration Line © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Michelle Smith on sit start to A Face in the Crowd V7 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Michelle Smith on sit start to A Face in the Crowd V7 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Competitors on Milipede boulder © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Competitors on Milipede boulder © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Sammy Levy on Get Shorty V4 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Sammy Levy on Get Shorty V4 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Senya Iaryguine on Cuts Like a Knife V4/5 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Senya Iaryguine on Cuts Like a Knife V4/5 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

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Stephen Meinhold on Suspicion V8 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Stephen Meinhold on Suspicion V8 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Competitor on The Deciduous Enema © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Competitor on The Deciduous Enema © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Competitor on The Hulk V6 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Competitor on The Hulk V6 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Competitor on Tri-Star V4 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Competitor on Tri-Star V4 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Zack Pitts on The Chattanoogan V12 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck - www.cdimagery.com

Zack Pitts on The Chattanoogan V12 © Photo by Craig Dillenbeck – www.cdimagery.com

Triple Crown Bouldering Series Gallery 2005-2006

Jim Horton and Chad Wykle once again have brought to the Southeast the biggest and badest outdoor bouldering competitions, the Triple Crown Bouldering Series. Hound Ears – October 1st, 2005, Horse Pens 40 – November 5th, 2005, and Little Rock City – January 7th, 2006. These extremely intense competitions provide climbers with anywhere from six to eight hours to climb the 10 hardest problems their body will allow. Text and Photos by Craig Dillenbeck.