Photos from the 2019 USA Climbing Bouldering Youth Nationals are now available!
Digital Packages are all photos of ONE climber for $59.99! Full resolution digital images delivered via email within 24 hours. Individual prints and downloads also available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
USAC uses the same bibs for both male and female categories so be sure to include the gender of the climber you’re ordering for. Thanks!
All Digital Packages are $49.99 and include all photos of ONE Climber, high res digital files delivered via email.
There were no bib numbers, so photos are organized by climbing team and for those with large teams, further into session times and male/female. Any photos where a team could not be determined, are in the “Unidentified” folder and those are divided into the times of each heat/session. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
To buy a Digital Package: Check out with PayPal on any of the gallery pages (or here with Square) and then email firstname.lastname@example.org with the filenames located in the lower left of the selected photo. Ex: “ABC, Female Ses2-45” or “Male Ses3-110” The photos will then be collected into a personal gallery and delivered to you within 24 hours via email.
All Photos of ONE Climber for $59.99! Digital Packages are full resolution digital files delivered via email within 24 hours. (Be sure to include Gender at checkout - USAC does not use unique bibs between genders)
(Use the STORE link in the navigation to checkout through Square. Individual prints and downloads are also available.)
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