WikiBoulder allows you to track the latest problems you have completed, giving you a history of your progress. In addition, you can choose to compete against others in two ways: Either participate in worldwide rankings based on the top 10 most difficult problems for the last year, or compete on a guide by guide basis, trying to send the most hard problems in a single day. Bouldering has historically focused on the single hardest sends. This second form of competition allows you to compete with your friends at the crags you call home.
By signing up, you can track your sends and compete against others. Click on any of the usernames in the lists to get a sense of what your own profile will look like.Register
One of the most prolific boulderers to come out of Salt Lake, Justin is a top contributor to the site and a key advisor when it comes to updating wikiboulder with new features.View their Profile!