ETCC Competitor Information
An invitation has been sent to each eligible organization requesting registration for their representatives at the ETCC. A European country (chapter/associate organization), may have a team of up to five competitors of which no more than three may be male. Since the current ETCC Champions already have a spot at the competition, those individuals are not included as part of the chapter team. The deadline for chapters and associate organizations to submit registration for competitor eligibility is 1 May 2019.
If a chapter/associate organization has registered their eligible competitors, those individuals will be contacted to complete competitor registration and to pay the registration fee.
Competitors must register online and pay the fee by 15 May 2019. Your eligibility to compete in the ETCC will be verified with the chapter that you are representing.
ETCC Competitor Lists
Congratulations to all of our 2018 competitors.
Competitors must represent an ISA European chapter or associate Organization. Prior to acceptance, competitors must be a member of ISA or a recognized chapter or associate organization.
ISA members in Europe who live in a region where there is not an ISA chapter or associate organization, may apply for inclusion as a European guest climber, provided they have competed in a nationally recognized event and have placed in the top three.
A maximum of five international guest climbers from outside of Europe may also be included if their own ISA Chapter or Associate Organization requests and verifies performance. International guest climbers are not permitted to compete in the Masters' Challenge round of the competition.
All guest climbers must pre-register and pay all entry fees prior to the event.
The ETCC will follow the most current available version of the rule book of The International Tree Climbing Championship Rules. The ETCC Committee is not responsible to provide ITCC Rules Books to competitors. The rules are available on the ITCC website under Rules and Regulations. It is the responsibility of all competitors to have read and understand the rules.
The ETCC reserves the rights to make additional rules and rulings as well as modify any specific event to ensure the safety of competitors, volunteers, and the public.
For more information and if you have questions please email ITCC.