USA Climbing

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USA Climbing
Formation1 January 1988 (1988-01-01)
Type 501(c)3 non-profit sports federation
Headquarters Salt Lake City, Utah
President
Kate Felsen Di Pietro
Website USA Climbing

USA Climbing is the national governing body of the sport of competition climbing in the United States. [1] It promotes competition climbing in the United States in the disciplines of bouldering, lead climbing, and speed climbing, in elite, youth and collegiate formats. USA Climbing is recognized by the International Federation for Sport Climbing (IFSC), [2] the International Olympic Committee (IOC), [3] and the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC) [4] [1]

Contents

Competition history

Below is a brief timeline of American competition climbing history: [5]

Competition structure

Elite

Any eligible climber aged 16 and older that meets the USAC qualification criteria may compete at Elite Nationals. There are no Regional or Divisional competitions for Elite competitors. The winners in each gender/event (Lead, Speed and Bouldering) at Elite Nationals are considered the National Champions of the United States. The only caveat is that a foreign national cannot be the National Champion of the US. If a foreign national wins any gender/event the next highest placed citizen of the US in that gender/event is the National Champion.

Youth

Youth climbers are subdivided into 5 age groups:

The US is subdivided into 8 Divisions and 16 Regions. [7] Anyone may compete in local competitions. USA Climbing members, who have attended at least two local competitions, may compete at Regionals. [8] The top 10 competitors in each gender/category at Regionals receive an invitation to Divisionals. The top 6 competitors in each gender/category at Divisionals receive an invitation to Nationals. [7] The top four climbers in each gender/category/event at Nationals are considered to be the U.S. Youth National Team. Youth on the National Teams for Junior, A and B are given the opportunity to compete at the Youth Pan American and Youth World Championships.

Collegiate

Provides access for undergraduate or graduate students that are currently enrolled at a college or university to compete in bouldering, lead and speed climbing. [9]

Adaptive

Adaptive provides access for athletes with physical disabilities to compete in both bouldering and lead/top rope climbing. [10]

Categories included in Adaptive are open to those with physical disabilities: Neurological / Physical Disability, Visual Impairment, Upper Extremity Amputee, Lower Extremity, Amputee, Seated, Youth. [10]

Elite bouldering

The following are the results for bouldering at Elite National Championship level. [11]

Male

YearGoldSilverBronze
2005 [12] Daniel Woods Mike Feinberg Matt Segal
2006 [12] Daniel Woods Ethan Pringle Nicholas Sherman
2007 [13] Daniel Woods Paul Robinson Sean McColl
2008 [14] Paul Robinson Chris Sharma Sean McColl
2009 [15] Daniel Woods Paul Robinson Sean McColl
2010 [16] Daniel Woods Matt Bosley Robert D'Anastasio
2011 [17] Sean McColl Alex Johnson Kyle Owen
2012 [18] Daniel Woods Ethan Pringle Michael Bautista
2013 [19] Daniel Woods Ian Dory Vasya Vorotnikov
2014 [20] Daniel Woods Vasya Vorotnikov Andy Lamb
2015 [21] Mohammad Jafari Mahmodabadi Daniel Woods Michael O'Rourke
2016 [22] Nathaniel Coleman Jimmy Webb Carlo Traversi
2017 [23] Nathaniel Coleman Kai Lightner Alexey Rubtsov
2018 [24] Nathaniel Coleman Sean Bailey Drew Ruana
2019 [25] Sean Bailey Nathaniel Coleman Drew Ruana
2020 [26] Nathaniel Coleman Sean Bailey Ben Hanna
2021 [27] Colin Duffy Ben Hanna Zach Galla
2022 [28] Dillon Countryman Sean Bailey Luke Muehring

Female

YearGoldSilverBronze
2005 [12] Portia Menlove Lizzy Asher Alex Johnson
2006 [12] Alex Puccio Alex Johnson Angie Payne
2007 [13] Alex Puccio Elizabeth Asher Angie Payne
2008 [14] Alex Puccio Alex Johnson Paige Claassen
2009 [15] Alex Johnson Chauncenia Cox Kate McGinnis
2010 [16] Alex Puccio Alex Johnson Francesca Metcalf
2011 [17] Alex Puccio Francesca Metcalf Sasha DiGiulian
2012 [29] Alex Puccio Angie Payne Shauna Coxsey
2013 [30] Alex Puccio Andrea Szekely Isabelle Faus
2014 [31] Juliane Wurm Alex Puccio Megan Mascarenas
2015 [21] Alex Puccio Alex Johnson Angie Payne
2016 [22] Megan Mascarenas Alex Puccio Claire Buhrfeind
2017 [23] Alex Puccio Ashima Shiraishi Brooke Raboutou
2018 [24] Alex Puccio Ashima Shiraishi Brooke Raboutou
2019 [25] Ashima Shiraishi Alex Johnson Margo Hayes
2020 [26] Natalia Grossman Cloe Coscoy Alex Johnson
2021 [27] Melina Costanza Kylie Cullen Maya Madere
2022 [32] Anastasia Sanders Cloe Coscoy Mira Capicchioni

Elite lead

The following are the results for lead at Elite National Championship level [11]

Male

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [33] Vadim Vinokur Ethan Pringle Ionel Ene
2005 [34] Ethan Pringle Vadim Vinokur Daniel Woods
2006 [35] Daniel Woods Vasya Vorotnikov Gabor Szekely
2007 ? ? ?
2008 Chris Sharma Jon Cardwell Dave Graham
2009 [36] Carlo Traversi Dave Graham Ethan Pringle
2010 [37] Magnus Midtbo Daniel Woods Matty Hong
2011 [38] Magnus Midtbo Carlo Traversi Matty Hong
2012 Vasya Vorotnikov Dylan Barks Daniel Woods
2013 Daniel Woods Carlo Traversi Noah Ridge
2014 Brad Weaver Noah Ridge Robert D'Anastasio
2015 [39] Kai Lightner Jesse Grupper Matty Hong
2016 [40] Sean Bailey Kai Lightner Ben Tresco
2017 [41] Kai Lightner Jesse Grupper Drew Ruana
2018 [42] Sean Bailey Drew Ruana Solomon Barth
2019 [43] Jesse Grupper Zander Waller Solomon Barth
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [27] Jesse Grupper Colin Duffy Nathaniel Coleman

Female

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [33] Emily Harrington Lizzy Asher Elizabeth Broun
2005 [34] Emily Harrington Elizabeth Broun Lizzy Asher
2006 [35] Emily Harrington Andrea Szekely Mykael-Ann McGinley
2007 ? ? ?
2008 Emily Harrington Paige Claassen Tiffany Hensley
2009 [36] Emily Harrington Paige Claassen Sasha DiGiulian
2010 [37] Sasha DiGiulian Lauren Lee Paige Claassen
2011 [38] Sasha DiGiulian Paige Claassen Dana Riddle
2012 Sasha DiGiulian Delaney Miller Michaela Kiersch
2013 Charlotte Durif Delaney Miller Chelsea Rude
2014 Delaney Miller Sasha DiGiulian Claire Buhrfeind
2015 [44] Delaney Miller Margo Hayes Claire Buhrfeind
2016 [40] Margo Hayes Grace McKeehan Michaela Kiersch
2017 [41] Ashima Shiraishi Margo Hayes Brooke Raboutou
2018 [42] Claire Buhrfeind Michaela Kiersch Alex Puccio
2019 [43] Margo Hayes Ashima Shiraishi Katherine Lamb
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [27] Quinn Mason Melina Costanza Kyra Condie
2022 [45] Anastasia Sanders Quinn Mason Kyra Condie

Elite speed

Starting with the 2021 Speed National Championships, the US competition format was changed to match the IFSC speed climbing competition format. Prior to 2021, US Speed Climbing National Champions (and final ranking placements) were determined by the fastest climber to finish the speed route. As of 2021, US Speed National Champions were determined by the winners of the IFSC knockout format.

Male

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [33] Patrick Cassiday Brian Solano Ethan Pringle
2005 [34] Hans Florine Patrick Cassiday Brett Ashton
2006 [35] Patrick Cassiday Vadim Vinokur Eric Cosman
2007
2008 Ryan Roden Brian Furciniti Daniel Duran
2009 Ryan Roden Nic Sutton Michael Perry
2010 Eric Sanchez Nic Sutton Joshua Levin
2011 Alex Johnson Joshua Levin Mark Puccio
2012 Alex Johnson Joshua Levin Charlie Andrews-Jubelt
2013 Joshua Levin Dominic LaBarge Thomas Pitzel
2014 [46] John Brosler Stanislav Kokorin Ryan Strickland
2015 [47] Libor Hroza John Brosler Michael Retoff
2016 [40] Libor Hroza John Brosler Max Hammer
2017 [48] John Brosler Libor Hroza Max Hammer
2018 [42] John Brosler Jordan Fishman Max Hammer
2019 [43] John Brosler Noah Bratschi Joe Goodacre
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [49] Joe Goodacre Rafe Stokes Micah Liss
2022 [50] Sam Watson Merritt Ernsberger Noah Bratschi

Female

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 Mykael-Ann McGinley Audrey Gawrych Emily Harrington
2005 Mykael-Ann McGinley Stephanie Outland Josie McKee
2006 Mykael-Ann McGinley Jayme Hatch Stephanie Outland
2007
2008 Tiffany Hensley Amanda Sutton Stephanie Outland
2009 Amanda Sutton Mykael-Ann McGinley Tiffany Hensley
2010 Shannon Lochridge Amanda Sutton Taylor Mitchell
2011 Dana Riddle Amanda Sutton Delaney Miller
2012 Danielle Rogan Jacquelyn Wu Kyra Condie
2013 Kyra Condie Kayla Lieuw Marissa Romero
2014 Megan Carr Danielle Rogan Jacquelyn Wu
2015 Sidney Trinidad Grace Mckeehan Kyra Condie
2016 Claire Buhrfeind Sidney Trinidad Erica Meister
2017 Claire Buhrfeind Amanda Wooten Grace McKeehan
2018 Claire Buhrfeind Piper Kelly Amanda Wooten
2019 Emma Hunt Piper Kelly Sienna Kopf
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [51] Callie Close Emma Hunt Piper Kelly
2022 [52] Callie Close Piper Kelly Sophia Curcio

Current US speed record

USA Climbing recognizes official speed climbing time records in the Elite category only. Speed climbing records for the Youth age group categories are kept for developmental purposes and Youth age group records have had no official wall requirements or competition standards. Unofficial Youth speed climbing records can only be set at USAC Youth Qualifying Events, USAC Youth Regional Championships, USAC Youth Divisional Championships, USAC Youth National Championships, IFSC Youth Pan American Championships, and IFSC Youth World Championships, and other USAC or IFSC Youth-sanctioned events where age groups are contested. No records are kept for Youth age groups C and D since the speed climbing routes are different at every competition.

Men's15 meter10 meter
Time (seconds)AthleteTime (seconds)Athlete
Elite5.20John Brosler [53] 3.95John Brosler [46]
Junior5.86Micah Liss [54] 4.03 Noah Bratschi [55]
Youth A5.37Sam Watson [56] 4.34John Brosler [57]
Youth B6.18Sam Watson [58] 5.03Michael Retoff [59]
Women's15 meter10 meter
Time (seconds)AthleteTime (seconds)Athlete
Elite7.19Emma Hunt [60] 5.64Claire Buhrfeind
Junior7.55Emma Hunt [58] 5.80Piper Kelly [55]
Youth A8.02Callie Close [58] 5.88Grace McKeehan [61]
Youth B8.55Callie Close [62] 6.33Sidney Trinidad [63]

History of US speed record

Beginning in 2019, USA Climbing established specific criteria for setting official National Records in the Elite Speed Climbing category. As such, the National Records below for the Elite category have been officially recognized by USA Climbing.

Men's National Record History
DateTime (s)AthleteLocationCompetition
May 20, 20225.20 [64] John Brosler Salt Lake City, Utah 2022 IFSC Climbing World Cup
May 28, 20215.60 [65] John Brosler Salt Lake City, Utah 2021 IFSC Climbing World Cup
March 28, 20215.62 [66] John Brosler Memphis, TennesseeUSA Climbing Team Trials Invitational
March 28, 20215.85 [66] Noah Bratschi Memphis, TennesseeUSA Climbing Team Trials Invitational
January 20, 20195.99 [67] John Brosler Salt Lake City, UtahUSA Climbing Combined Invitational
Women's National Record History
DateTime (s)AthleteLocationCompetition
July 2, 20217.19 [60] Emma HuntVillars, Switzerland 2021 IFSC Climbing World Cup
July 2, 20217.43 [60] Emma HuntVillars, Switzerland 2021 IFSC Climbing World Cup
May 28, 20217.52 [53] Emma Hunt Salt Lake City, Utah 2021 IFSC Climbing World Cup
March 29, 20217.56 [66] Emma Hunt Memphis, TennesseeUSA Climbing Team Trials Invitational
March 29, 20217.76 [66] Emma Hunt Memphis, TennesseeUSA Climbing Team Trials Invitational
March 29, 20217.95 [66] Emma Hunt Memphis, TennesseeUSA Climbing Team Trials Invitational
March 28, 20218.04 [66] Emma Hunt Memphis, TennesseeUSA Climbing Team Trials Invitational
March 1, 20208.05 [68] Emma Hunt Los Angeles, CaliforniaIFSC Pan American Championships

Elite team (current)

The athletes who represent the United States in International competition events. [69]

Elite team (historical)

2021 - The athletes who represented the United States at International competition events in 2021. [70]

Youth bouldering

Male Junior

YearGoldSilverBronze
2011 Alex Johnson Griffin Whiteside Mishael Beyer
2012 Michael O'Rourke Alex Fritz Joseph Gifford
2013 Josh Levin Greig Seitz Noah Ridge
2014 Sean Bailey Dominic LaBarge Nicholas Milburn
2015 Nathaniel Coleman Joseph Diaz Dalton Bunker
2016 Nathaniel Coleman Jesse Grupper Charles Barron
2017 Kai Lightner Drew Ruana Brett Walker
2018 Zach Galla Bobby Taft-Pittman Drew Ruana
2019 Elijah Kiser Sam McQueen Zach Galla
2020 Ross Fulkerson Noah Wheeler Clay Gordon
2021 [71] Zander Waller Theo Massenat Noah Wheeler

Female Junior

YearGoldSilverBronze
2011 Francesca Metcalf Isabelle Faus Jesse Youngwerth
2012 Cicada Jenerik Francesca Metcalf Audrey Hsu
2013 Cicada Jenerik Michaela Kiersch Carina Claassen
2014 Kyra Condie Kerry Scott Zoe Leibovitch
2015 Megan Mascarenas Zoe Steinberg Kyra Condie
2016 Megan Mascarenas Claire Buhrfeind Lily Canavan
2017 Margo Hayes Lily Canavan Grace McKeehan
2018 Bimini Horstmann Melina Costanza Maya Madere
2019 Natalia Grossman Cloe Coscoy Arabella Jariel
2020 Lauren Bair Natalia Grossman Cloe Coscoy
2021 [71] Helen Stephens Quinn Mason Sienna Kopf

Male Youth A

YearGoldSilverBronze
2011 Andy Lamb Joeseph Gifford Josh Levin
2012 Nicholas Milburn Dylan Barks Nicholas Picarella
2013 Connor Everton Sean Bailey Ethan Rogers
2014 Nathaniel Coleman Brendan Mitchell Solomon Barth
2015 Kai Lightner Shawn Raboutou Benjamin Hanna
2016 Kai Lightner Bobby Taft-Pittman Rudolph Ruana
2017 Sam Struthers Ross Fulkerson Zach Galla
2018 Ross Fulkerson Darren Skolnik Gabriel Galen
2019 Zander Waller Jordan Fishman Nathaniel Surma
2020 Colin Duffy Zander Waller Leo Costanza
2021 [71] Quinn O'Francia Sergey Lakhno Joshua Gerhardt

Female Youth A

YearGoldSilverBronze
2011 Dana Riddle Michaela Kiersch Audrey Hsu
2012 Kyra Condie Jacquelyn Wu Dana Riddle
2013 Kyra Condie Megan Mascarenas Hannah Tolson
2014 Megan Mascarenas Claire Bresnan Margo Hayes
2015 Melina Costanza Claire Buhrfeind Grace Mckeehan
2016 Maya Madere Georgia Bank Sidney Trinidad
2017 Ashima Shiraishi Brooke Raboutou Isabel Barrientos
2018 Brooke Raboutou Natalia Grossman Sienna Kopf
2019 Sienna Kopf Quinn Mason Sarah Kate Ashton
2020 Campbell Sarinopoulos Kylie Cullen Norah Chi
2021 [71] Isis Rothfork Adriene Clark Kylie Cullen

Male Youth B

YearGoldSilverBronze
2011 Nicholas Picarella Daniel Berman Liam Vence
2012 Nathaniel Coleman Brendan Mitchell Shawn Raboutou
2013 Sam Kim Culin Li Shawn Raboutou
2014 Kai Lightner Lucas Kepl Brett Walker
2015 Matthew Grossman Joe Goodacre Zach Galla
2016 Corbin Miley Devon Wong Clay Gordon
2017 Colin Duffy Zander Waller Dylan Duregger
2018 Anthony Lesik Colin Duffy Zander Waller
2019 Brian Squire Oliver Kuang Reece Chapman
2020 Oscar Baudrand Ian Tan Dillon Countryman
2021 [71] Auggie Chi Declan Osgood Dillon Countryman

Female Youth B

YearGoldSilverBronze
2011 Zoe Steinberg Megan Mascarenas Kerry Scott
2012 Megan Mascarenas Clara Dixon Katherine Lamb
2013 Claire Buhrfeind Margo Hayes Sidney Trinidad
2014 Sidney Trinidad Cierra Graham Audrey Miller
2015 Lauren Bair Ashima Shiraishi Brooke Raboutou
2016 Ashima Shiraishi Brooke Raboutou Sienna Kopf
2017 Nekaia Sanders Amelia Marcuson Sienna Kopf
2018 Sarah Kate Ashton Nekaia Sanders Marielle Horstmann
2019 Mira Capicchioni Campbell Sarinopoulos Matti Dennis
2020 Mira Capicchioni Ava Kovtunovich Olivia Ma
2021 [71] Anastasia Sanders Ella Fisher Sienna Perez

Male Youth C

YearGoldSilverBronze
2011 Sam Kim Kai Lightner Charles Barron
2012 Kai Lightner Jake Fields Gavin Dixon
2013 Mirko Caballero Matthew Grossman Clay Gordon
2014 Mirko Caballero Dylan Duregger Corbin Miley
2015 Innis Gallagher Noah Wheeler Domingo Jones
2016 Elliot Wiecek Colin Duffy Anthony Lesik
2017 Lucas Oddi Quinn O'Francia Jack Felix
2018 Brody Rexroad Ty Picker Oscar Baudrand
2019 Hugo Hoyer Lucas Tillery Zachary Hammer
2020 Auggie Chi Lucas Tillery Declan Osgood
2021 [71] Cruz Padilla Landers Gaydosh James Burt

Female Youth C

YearGoldSilverBronze
2011 Margo Hayes Isabelle Goodacre Claire Buhrfiend
2012 Sidney Trinidad Melina Costanza Cierra Graham
2013 Ashima Shiraishi Stella Noble Natalia Grossman
2014 Ashima Shiraishi Brooke Raboutou Isabel Barrientos
2015 Lauren Berry Mia Manson Tesla Mitchell
2016 Jessica Fecanin Campbell Sarinopoulos Marielle Horstmann
2017 Campbell Sarinopoulos Olivia Kosanovich Lydia Dolan
2018 Olivia Kosanovich Oceana Carter Meera Krishnan
2019 Maggie Carter Anna Kelley (Evangelina Briggs FN) Alina Albert
2020 Lucy Drury Stella Blackwell Analise Van Hoang
2021 [71] Shae McCarl Analise Van Hoang Jojo Chi

2022

Maya Ene KhadijaMagali (KM) Suleman Joyce Yang

Male Youth D

YearGoldSilverBronze
2011 Mirko Caballero Joe Goodacre Lukas Strauss-Wise
2012 Mirko Caballero Joe Goodacre Clay Gordon
2013 Nathaniel Surma Dylan Duregger Colin Duffy
2014 Colin Duffy Jason Wills Ethan Rogers
2015 Lucas Oddi Leo Costanza Samuel Adams
2016 *Oscar Baudrand Emmanuel Derima Vail Everett
2017 Lucas Tillery Augustine Chi Hugo Hoyer
2018 Hugo Hoyer Lucas Tillery Declan Osgood
2019 Cruz Padilla Nathaniel Perullo James Burt
2020 Logan Zhang Landers Gaydosh Colton Emerson
2021 USAC Discontinued D National Championships

Female Youth D

YearGoldSilverBronze
2011 Ashima Shiraishi Brooke Raboutou Lauren Bair
2012 Ashima Shiraishi Lauren Bair Natalia Grossman
2013 Mia Manson Phoebe Dolan Charlotte Howell
2014 Jessica Fecanin Campbell Sarinopoulos Phoebe Wong
2015 Campbell Sarinopoulos Sophie Volchenboum Sophia Hoermann
2016 Olivia Kosanovich Julia De La Paz Meera Krishnan
2017 Julia de la Paz Maggie Carter Lilly Czerwinski
2018 Sienna Perez Olivia Long Anna Kelley
2019 Analise Van Hoang Kestrel Pikiewicz Noemie Nguyen
2020 Joyce Yang KhadijaMagali (KM) Suleman Evie Albrecht
2021 USAC Discontinued D National Championships

Youth lead

Male Junior

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [72] Zeb Engberg Alex Honnold Zach Levitt
2005 [73] Zeb Engberg Paul Wallace Daniel Mills
2012 Owen Graham Shane Puccio Andy Lamb
2013 [74] Dylan Barks Josh Levin Dominic Labarge
2014 [75] Sean Bailey Ben Isaac Tresco Dominic Labarge
2015 [76] Nathaniel Coleman Sean Bailey Ben Isaac Tresco
2016 [77] Brian Huang Nathaniel Coleman Jesse Grupper
2017 Drew Ruana Sean Bailey Ben Isaac Tresco
2018 Bobby Taft-Pittman Zach Galla John Brock
2019 Stefan Fellner Clay Gordon Derek New
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Connor Herson Zander Waller Cody Stevenson

Female Junior

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [72] Alice Braginsky Sydney McNair Jessa Goebel
2005 [73] Chelsea Rude Sarah Broun Sydney McNair
2012 Michaela Kiersch Cicada Jenerik Shannon Lochridge
2013 [78] Delaney Miller Michaela Kiersch Alexa Nazarian
2014 [79] Delaney Miller Kyra Condie Zoe Steinberg
2015 [76] Kyra Condie Samantha Scharenberg Victoria Clarke
2016 [77] Margo Hayes Grace McKeehan Claire Buhrfiend
2017 Claire Buhrfiend Tori Perkins Melina Costanza
2018 Melina Costanza Bimini Horstmann Maya Madere
2019 Natalia Grossman Lauren Bair Jenny Jiang
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Quinn Mason Jillian Gerlitz Emily Herdic

Male Youth A

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [72] Paul Wallace Patrick Luther Zach Lerner
2005 [73] Daniel Woods Jon Cardwell Carlo Traversi
2013 [74] Nicholas Bradley Sean Bailey Connor Everton
2014 [80] Jesse Grupper Solomon Barth Nicholas Bradley
2015 [76] Rudolph Ruana Benjamin Hanna Kai Lightner
2016 [77] Bobby Taft-Pittman Joseph Catama Lucas Kepl
2017 Ross Fulkerson Zach Galla Stefan Fellner
2018 Clay Gordon Ross Fulkerson Stefan Fellner
2019 Colin Duffy Zander Waller Conor Herson
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Gavin Albright Graham Owens Sergey Lakhno

Female Youth A

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [72] Kasia Pietras Stephanie Outland Victoria Guido
2005 [73] Sierra Crane Alex Johnson Kasia Pietras
2013 [78] Kyra Condie Chloe Laberge Samantha Scharenberg
2014 [81] Margarita Marsanova Grace Mckeehan Margo Hayes
2015 [76] Margo Hayes Claire Buhrfeind Melina Costanza
2016 [77] Bimini Horstmann Sidney Trinidad Melina Costanza
2017 Ashima Shiraishi Jenny Jiang Isabel Barrientos
2018 Emma Palmer Natalia Grossman Sienna Kopf
2019 Emma Grace Lehmann Quinn Mason Emily Herdic
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Norah Chi Sophia Hoermann Callie Close

Male Youth B

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [72] Daniel Woods Jon Cardwell Andrew Rothner
2005 [73] Grady Bagwell Brian Antheunisse Matt Fultz
2013 [74] Kai Lightner Rudolph Ruana Benjamin Hanna
2014 [82] Kai Lightner Rudolph Ruana Emmanuel Quintana
2015 [76] Clay Gordon Devin Wong Lucas Kepl
2016 [77] Devin Hammonds Ross Fulkerson Clay Gordon
2017 Colin Duffy Connor Herson Zander Waller
2018 Connor Herson Colin Duffy Zander Waller
2019 Lucas Oddi Oliver Kuang Leo Costanza
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Hugo Hoyer Dillon Countryman Declan Osgood

Female Youth B

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [72] Autumn Duke Elizabeth Broun Meagan Martin
2005 [73] Tiffany Hensley Marah Bragdon Paige Claassen
2013 [78] Claire Buhrfeind Margo Hayes Margarita Marsanova
2014 [83] Sidney Trinidad Melina Costanza Bimini Horstmann
2015 [76] Ashima Shiraishi Brooke Raboutou Lauren Bair
2016 [77] Ashima Shiraishi Brooke Raboutou Sami Singleton
2017 Sami Singleton Dinah Marcuson Allie Nishi
2018 Alex Plotnikoff Matti Dennis Elle McDonald
2019 Norah Chi Olivia Ma Matti Dennis
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Anastasia Sanders Ella Fisher Joselyn Toyoda

Male Youth C

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [72] Matt Fultz Brian Anthenisse Benjamin Hoberg
2005 [73] William Butcher Austin Boze Matt Danford
2012 [84] Kai Lightner Drew Ruana Eli Frankel
2013 [74] Ross Fulkerson Devin Hammonds Sam Mcqueen
2014 [85] Clay Gordon Ross Fulkerson Joe Goodacre
2015 [76] Colin Duffy Elliot Wiecek Zander Waller
2016 [77] Colin Duffy Elliot Wiecek Connor Herson
2017 Lucas Oddi Oscar Baudrand Isaac Leff
2018 *Oscar Baudrand Adam Shahar Graham Owens
2019 Auggie Chi Hugo Hoyer Lucas Tillery
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Cruz Padilla Cozmo Rothfork Landers Gaydosh

Female Youth C

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [72] Marah Bragdon Tiffany Hensley Sasha DiGiulian
2005 [73] Sasha DiGiulian Chauncenia Cox Francesca Metcalf
2012 Sidney Trinidad Cierra Graham Bimini Horstmann
2013 [78] Chloe Massenat Stella Noble Ruby Huie
2014 [86] Stella Noble Lauren Bair Emma Palmer
2015 [76] Jessica Fecanin Quinn Mason Marielle Horstmann
2016 [77] Alex Plotnikoff Dinah Marcuson Matti Dennis
2017 Norah Chi Olivia Ma Shyanne Williams
2018 Shyanne Williams Alina Albert Meera Krishnan
2019 Anastasia Sanders Alina Albert Sienna Perez
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Analise van Hoang Shae McCarl Kestrel Pikiewicz

Male Youth D

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [72] Joshua Levin Julian Bautista Michael Beyer
2005 [73] Joshua Levin Andy Lamb Jeremy Lack
2012 Joe Goodacre Clay Gordon Devin Wong
2013 [74] Colin Duffy Victor Baudrand Jason Wills
2014 [87] Colin Duffy Zander Waller Ethan Rogers
2015 [76] Lucas Tillery Lucas Oddi Joshua Gerhardt
2016 [77] *Oscar Baudrand Hugo Hoyer Calvin Cha
2017 Lucas Tillery Calvin Cha Hugo Hoyer
2018 Auggie Chi Declan Osgood Hugo Hoyer
2019 Cruz Padilla Wilson Whitley Cozmo Rothfork
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 USAC Discontinued D National Championships

Female Youth D

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [72] Cicada Jenerik Francesca Metcalf Alyse Dietel
2005 [73] Cicada Jenerik Laurel Shimamura Hunter Schumaker
2012 Stella Noble Natalia Grossman Lauren Bair
2013 [78] Mia Manson Sami Singleton Rowen Villamil
2014 [88] Alex Plotnikoff Jessica Fecanin Campbell Sarinopoulos
2015 [76] Matti Dennis Lydia Dolan Anna Von Dungen
2016 [77] Shyanne Williams Olivia Kosanovich Meera Krishnan
2017 Maggie Carter Julia de la Paz Meera Krishnan
2018 Zoe Yi Kestrel Pikiewicz Ella Gelling-Zurek
2019 Analise van Hoang Jojo Chi Noemie Nguyen
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 USAC Discontinued D National Championships

Youth speed

Male Junior

YearGoldSilverBronze
2013 [59] Thomas Pitzel Ryan Strickland Josh Levin
2014 [89] Thomas Pitzel Dominic Labarge Jacob Wilbur
2015 [90] John Brosler Brendan Mitchell Kirby Coggins
2016 John Brosler Ben Hammer Luke Muehring
2017 Max Hammer Michael Finn-Henry Luke Muehring
2018 Noah Bratschi Michael Finn-Henry Max Hammer
2019 Joe Goodacre Noah Bratschi Nicholas Montella
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Vincent Lee Darren Skolnik Micah Liss

Female Junior

YearGoldSilverBronze
2013 [91] Delaney Miller Dana Riddle Alexa Nazarian
2014 [92] Danielle Rogan Jacquelyn Wu Kyra Condie
2015 [90] Kayla Lieuw Kyra Condie Megan Carr
2016 Amanda Wooten Claire Buhrfeind Grace McKeehan
2017 Amanda Wooten Piper Kelly Grace McKeehan
2018 Piper Kelly Chloe Massenat Audrey Miller
2019 Lauren Bair Natalia Grossman Audrey Johnson
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Emma Hunt Sienna Kopf Emma Wetsel

Male Youth A

YearGoldSilverBronze
2013 John Brosler Collier Skinn Brendan Mitchell
2014 John Brosler Michael Retoff Jake Criss
2015 Max Hammer Michael Retoff Luke Muehring
2016 Noah Bratschi Gentry Cole Drew Ruana
2017 Noah Bratschi Luke Rodley Griffin Barros-King
2018 Jordan Fishman Joe Goodacre Darren Skolnik
2019 Jordan Fishman Joshua Muehring Ethan Freudenheim
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] James Roberts Ardch Intrachupongse Oliver Kuang

Female Youth A

YearGoldSilverBronze
2013 [91] Megan Carr Kyra Condie Kayla Lieuw
2014 [61] Claire Buhrfeind Grace Mckeehan Kayla Lieuw
2015 [90] Erica Meister Claire Buhrfeind Grace Mckeehan
2016 Jenna Wang Sidney Trinidad Ariana Mathews
2017 Arabella Jariel Ariana Mathews Amanda Brownstein
2018 Mia Bawendi Amanda Brownstein Sienna Kopf
2019 Emma Hunt Mia Bawendi Kiara Pellicane-Hart
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Callie Close Olivia Ma Norah Chi

Male Youth B

YearGoldSilverBronze
2013 [59] Michael Retoff Brandon Lieuw Nicholas Becker
2014 [93] Max Hammer Matthew Nunes Gentry Cole
2015 [90] Noah Bratschi Eric Brem Matthew Nunes
2016 Clay Gordon Luke Rodley Joshua Muehring
2017 Jordan Fishman Joshua Muehring Darren Skolnik
2018 Anthony Lesik Ellis Ernsberger Ethan Freudenheim
2019 Quinn O'Francia Oliver Kuang Silas Chang
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Richard Li Zach Hammer Sam Watson

Female Youth B

YearGoldSilverBronze
2013 [91] Claire Buhrfeind Sidney Trinidad Grace Mckeehan
2014 [63] Sidney Trinidad Jenna Wang Bimini Horstmann
2015 [90] Jenna Tseng Arabella Jariel Jamie Dunlavy
2016 Lauren Bair Arabella Jariel Brooke Raboutou
2017 Mia Bawendi Kiara Pellicane-Hart Sienna Kopf
2018 Emma Hunt Callie Close Kiara Pellicane-Hart
2019 Callie Close Olivia Ma Oceana Carter
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Sophia Curcio Sienna Perez Anastasia Sanders

Male Youth C

YearGoldSilverBronze
2013 [59] Joe Goodacre Matthew Nunes Matthew Grossman
2014 [94] Corbin Miley Spencer Kapayo Joe Goodacre
2015 [90] Chad Test Colin Duffy Luke Davison
2016 Ethan Freudenheim Colin Duffy Connor Herson
2017 Oliver Kuang Quinn O'Francia Oscar Baudrand
2018 Zach Hammer Silas Chang Vail Everett
2019 Lucas Tillery Zach Hammer Vail Everett
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Cozmo Rothfork Reeder Smith Cruz Padilla

Female Youth C

YearGoldSilverBronze
2013 [91] Riley Ogier Lauren Bair Jenna Tseng
2014 [95] Lauren Bair Natalia Grossman Olivia Ogier
2015 [90] Jessica Fecanin Kiara Pellicane-Hart Phoebe Dolan
2016 Jessica Fecanin Nicole (Coco) Mar Kiara Pellicane-Hart
2017 Nicole (Coco) Mar Oceana Carter Matti Dennis
2018 Olivia Kosanovich Olivia Ma Oceana Carter
2019 Alina Albert Sienna Perez Jordan Carr
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 [71] Jojo Chi Yealiya Southern Emiko Takeuchi

Male Youth D

YearGoldSilverBronze
2013 [96] Chad Test Joshua Muehring Ethan Rogers
2014 [97] Colin Duffy Zander Waller Ethan Rogers
2015 [90] Leo Costanza Lucas Tillery Cedar Holden
2016 Owen Bales Calvin Cha Dillon Countryman
2017 Dillon Countryman Emmanuel Derima Vail Everett
2018 Lucas Tillery Michael Cullen Auggie Chi
2019 Liam Anderson William Eaton Cozmo Rothfork
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 USAC Discontinued D National Championships

Female Youth D

YearGoldSilverBronze
2013 [91] Jessica Fecanin Phoebe Dolan Mia Manson
2014 [98] Jessica Fecanin Charlotte Howell Nicole (Coco) Mar
2015 [90] Nicole (Coco) Mar Zoe Lang Campbell Sarinopoulos
2016 Oceana Carter Ella Mcritchie Alila Allen
2017 Maggie Carter Julia de la Paz Alina Albert
2018 Carly Alba Sienna Perez Kaliina Yates
2019 Jojo Chi Noemie Nguyen Yealiya Southern
2020Not heldn/an/a
2021 USAC Discontinued D National Championships

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