CEC announces 2022 High Performance Program Athletes

Mar 25, 2022

CEC is proud to announce the first group of athletes selected to the 2022 High Performance Program. These dedicated athletes will form the core of Canada’s 2022 World Cup teams as we move towards Paris in 2024.

The High Performance Program is CEC’s National Program that supports elite athletes on their road to the highest levels of competition, including the Olympic Games. These athletes will receive direct support from CEC National Coach, and access to Canadian Sport Institutes (CSI), as well as other benefits listed in the HPP document. As we move closer to Paris 2024, some of these athletes may receive Sport Canada Athlete Assistance (carding).

Selections for individual World Cup events will be made according to criteria posted here.

2022 CEC High Performance Program Intake #1


  • Alannah Yip – Boulder, Lead, Combined
  • Babette Roy – Boulder, Lead, Combined
  • Emi Takashiba – Lead, Combined
  • Erica Velev – Speed
  • Evangelina Briggs – Boulder
  • Indiana Chapman – Boulder, Lead, Combined
  • Madison Fischer – Boulder
  • Paige Boklaschuk – Boulder, Combined
  • Rebecca Frangos – Lead, Combined
  • Sophie Buitendyk – Lead


  • Dylan Le – Speed
  • Ethan Hoffman – Lead
  • Ethan Pitcher – Speed
  • Guy McNamee – Boulder, Combined
  • Lucas Uchida – Boulder, Lead, Combined
  • Michael Finn-Henry – Speed
  • Oscar Baudrand – Boulder, Lead, Combined
  • Sean Faulkner – Lead, Combined
  • Sean McColl – Boulder, Lead, Combined
  • Victor Baudrand – Boulder, Lead, Combined
  • Zach Richardson – Boulder


Athletes attending the first World Cup of the 2022 Season have been announced here: https://climbingcanada.ca/bring-on-the-2022-world-cup-season/


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