Triggerfinger 2023/2024

Triggerfinger is a competition that brings climbers together, where anyone can participate and the period in which many climbers will rise in level.

The epic climbing competition that brings all climbers together, where regardless of experience anyone can participate and where countless climbers take their skills to new heights.

01/09/2023 - 08/10/2023
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Triggerfinger 2023/2024

Triggerfinger is a competition that brings climbers together, where anyone can participate and the period in which many climbers will rise in level.

The epic climbing competition that brings all climbers together, where regardless of experience anyone can participate and where countless climbers take their skills to new heights.

01/09/2023 - 08/10/2023
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Triggerfinger 2023/2024

The epic climbing competition that brings all climbers together, where regardless of experience anyone can participate and where countless climbers take their skills to new heights.

01/09/2023 - 08/10/2023
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What is Triggerfinger?

During this six-week competition, routes are built in several stages, released at a specific time during the competition. By climbing the routes, you collect points. The goal is to collect as many points as possible. You can of course go for a podium spot, but it's mostly about having fun and making progress in your climbing!

How does it work?

You can register by going to the Toplogger App. In the app, choose the right climbing hall, then go to competitions and sign up for Triggerfinger.

After you have done this, you can register at the counter of the climbing hall. After payment, your participation will be confirmed and you will be given access to the competition in the app, where you can see the routes and keep track of your scores. Just put on your Triggerfinger t-shirt and go!

What is Triggerfinger?

During this six-week competition, routes are built in several stages, released at a specific time during the competition. By climbing the routes, you collect points. The goal is to collect as many points as possible. You can of course go for a podium spot, but it's mostly about having fun and making progress in your climbing!

How does it work?

You can register by going to the Toplogger App. In the app, choose the right climbing hall, then go to competitions and sign up for Triggerfinger.

After you have done this, you can register at the counter of the climbing hall. After payment, your participation will be confirmed and you will be given access to the competition in the app, where you can see the routes and keep track of your scores. Just put on your Triggerfinger t-shirt and go!

What is Triggerfinger?

During this six-week competition, routes are built in several stages, released at a specific time during the competition. By climbing the routes, you collect points. The goal is to collect as many points as possible. You can of course go for a podium spot, but it's mostly about having fun and making progress in your climbing!

How does it work?

You can register by going to the Toplogger App. In the app, choose the right climbing hall, then go to competitions and sign up for Triggerfinger.

After you have done this, you can register at the counter of the climbing hall. After payment, your participation will be confirmed and you will be given access to the competition in the app, where you can see the routes and keep track of your scores. Just put on your Triggerfinger t-shirt and go!

This is how you collect the points

You can earn points by climbing out of a route or by gaining zones in a route. The goal is to collect as many points as possible during the competition.

Each route has a maximum number of points. These points are divided among the people who climb the route. The more people climb the route, the fewer points you earn.

This is how you collect the points

You can earn points by climbing out of a route or by gaining zones in a route. The goal is to collect as many points as possible during the competition.

Each route has a maximum number of points. These points are divided among the people who climb the route. The more people climb the route, the fewer points you earn.

This is how you collect the points

You can earn points by climbing out of a route or by gaining zones in a route. The goal is to collect as many points as possible during the competition.

Each route has a maximum number of points. These points are divided among the people who climb the route. The more people climb the route, the fewer points you earn.

Categories

When you register, you choose the category that suits you. It is important that you do this right away so that the scores are correct as well. Not sure which category you belong to? Then you can ask someone from the Neoliet Team for help. You can choose from the following categories:

1. Beginner

You have been climbing for less than a year and at the start of the competition your redpoint level is no higher than 5c.

2. Moderate

Your redpoint level is a maximum of 6b at the start of the competition.

3. Skilled

Your redpoint level is a maximum of 6c+ at the start of the competition.

4. Expert

Your redpoint level is a maximum of 7b at the start of the competition.

5. Pro

Your redpoint level is at least 7b+ at the start of the competition.

What is Redpoint?

Redpoint refers to the highest level you can achieve while climbing a route. It means that you can successfully complete the entire route without falling or blocking, having previously practiced the route and being familiar with its movements and techniques. In other words, you climb the route without any breaks or falls.

Categories

When you register, you choose the category that suits you. It is important that you do this right away so that the scores are correct as well. Not sure which category you belong to? Then you can ask someone from the Neoliet Team for help. You can choose from the following categories:

1. Beginner

You have been climbing for less than a year and at the start of the competition your redpoint level is no higher than 5c.

2. Moderate

Your redpoint level is a maximum of 6b at the start of the competition.

3. Skilled

Your redpoint level is a maximum of 6c+ at the start of the competition.

4. Expert

Your redpoint level is a maximum of 7b at the start of the competition.

5. Pro

Your redpoint level is at least 7b+ at the start of the competition.

What is Redpoint?

Redpoint refers to the highest level you can achieve while climbing a route. It means that you can successfully complete the entire route without falling or blocking, having previously practiced the route and being familiar with its movements and techniques. In other words, you climb the route without any breaks or falls.

Categories

When you register, you choose the category that suits you. It is important that you do this right away so that the scores are correct as well. Not sure which category you belong to? Then you can ask someone from the Neoliet Team for help. You can choose from the following categories:

1. Beginner

You have been climbing for less than a year and at the start of the competition your redpoint level is no higher than 5c.

2. Moderate

Your redpoint level is a maximum of 6b at the start of the competition.

3. Skilled

Your redpoint level is a maximum of 6c+ at the start of the competition.

4. Expert

Your redpoint level is a maximum of 7b at the start of the competition.

5. Pro

Your redpoint level is at least 7b+ at the start of the competition.

What is Redpoint?

Redpoint refers to the highest level you can achieve while climbing a route. It means that you can successfully complete the entire route without falling or blocking, having previously practiced the route and being familiar with its movements and techniques. In other words, you climb the route without any breaks or falls.

Start, zone & end holds

Each route has 1 or 2 finish holds. You start the route with the indicated starting holds and you end the route by fixing the finish hold.

There are 3 zone holds in each route. You earn points by holding the zone hold. When you fall out of the route or if you take, note down your last zone hold in Toplogger.

Start, zone
& end grips

Each route has 1 or 2 finish holds. You start the route with the indicated starting holds and you end the route by fixing the finish hold.

There are 3 zone holds in each route. You earn points by holding the zone hold. When you fall out of the route or if you take, note down your last zone hold in Toplogger.

Start, zone and end grips

Each route has 1 or 2 finish holds. You start the route with the indicated starting holds and you end the route by fixing the finish hold.

There are 3 zone holds in each route. You earn points by holding the zone hold. When you fall out of the route or if you take, note down your last zone hold in Toplogger.

Game Rules

The route is indicated by starting holds. You must hold these as you start the route.
There are 3 zone holds in each route. You earn points by holding the zone hold.
When you fall or block out of the route, note the last held zone hold in Toplogger.
At the end of the route hangs a top card. You have to touch this one with 2 hands.
You may attempt a route as many times as you wish. The number of attempts does not affect the points to be awarded.
You are responsible for keeping track of your points in Toplogger.

Game Rules

The route is indicated by starting holds. You must hold these as you start the route.
There are 3 zone holds in each route. You earn points by holding the zone hold.
When you fall or block out of the route, note the last held zone hold in Toplogger.
At the end of the route hangs a top card. You have to touch this one with 2 hands.
You may attempt a route as many times as you wish. The number of attempts does not affect the points to be awarded.
You are responsible for keeping track of your points in Toplogger.

Game Rules

The route is indicated by starting holds. You must hold these as you start the route.

There are 3 zone holds in each route. You earn points by holding the zone hold.

When you fall or block out of the route, note the last held zone hold in Toplogger.

At the end of the route hangs a top card. You have to touch this one with 2 hands.

You may attempt a route as many times as you wish. The number of attempts does not affect the points to be awarded.

You are responsible for keeping track of your points in Toplogger.

Participate

You can participate if you have signed up through Toplogger and at our front desk. Triggerfinger runs this year from Sept. 1 to Oct. 8, 2023.

On the final day, we will host a fun barbecue for everyone!

What does participation in Triggerfinger cost?

Participation Triggerfinger incl. shirt/top € 25,-
Participation Triggerfinger incl. shirt and top € 45,-

Participate

You can participate if you have signed up through Toplogger and at our front desk. Triggerfinger runs this year from Sept. 1 to Oct. 8, 2023.

On the final day, we will host a fun barbecue for everyone!

What does participation in Triggerfinger cost?

Participation Triggerfinger incl. shirt/top € 25,-
Participation Triggerfinger incl. shirt and top € 45,-

Participate

You can participate if you have signed up through Toplogger and at our front desk. Triggerfinger runs this year from Sept. 1 to Oct. 8, 2023.

On the final day, we will host a fun barbecue for everyone!

What does participation in Triggerfinger cost?

Participation incl. shirt/top € 25.
Participation incl. shirt and top € 45,-

past editions

2022/2023
Triggerfinger-22-23
2021/2022
Triggerfinger 21/22
2020/2021
Triggerfinger 20/21
2019/2020
2018/2019
Triggerfinger 2018/2019
2017/2018
Triggerfinger 2017/2018
2016/2017
Triggerfinger 2016 2017
2015/2016
2015
Triggerfinger 2015
2014
Triggerfinger 2014

past editions

2022/2023
Triggerfinger-22-23
2021/2022
Triggerfinger 21/22
2020/2021
Triggerfinger 20/21
2019/2020
2018/2019
Triggerfinger 2018/2019
2017/2018
Triggerfinger 2017/2018
2016/2017
Triggerfinger 2016 2017
2015/2016
2015
Triggerfinger 2015
2014
Triggerfinger 2014

past editions

2022/2023
Triggerfinger-22-23
2021/2022
Triggerfinger 21/22
2020/2021
Triggerfinger 20/21
2019/2020
2018/2019
Triggerfinger 2018/2019
2017/2018
Triggerfinger 2017/2018
2016/2017
Triggerfinger 2016 2017
2015/2016
2015
Triggerfinger 2015
2014
Triggerfinger 2014
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Tuesday, Friday
Saturday, Sunday

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Our gym

Neoliet Tilburg
Top Sports Center T-kwadraat
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5022 DN Tilburg

TIlburg Neoliet climbing bouldering competition sports
Contact

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tilburg@neoliet.nl

Opening hours

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
Tuesday, Friday
Saturday, Sunday

12:00 - 23:00
10:00 - 23:00
09:00 - 18:00

Our gym

Neoliet Tilburg
Top Sports Center T-kwadraat
Marathon Promenade 1
5022 DN Tilburg

TIlburg Neoliet climbing bouldering competition sports
Contact

013 536 29 40
tilburg@neoliet.nl