Just in from Nicky Ward-Allen in Chicago: The aerial
rescue is on a climber attached to a srt system up an oak. The work climb is straight forward 15 m up an oak. The throwline in two separate trees instead
of left or right. The belayed speed climb is 15m up an oak with two limb walks.
Scott and I are in the same group, we are first up in rescue, with
Scott first of the day and me second, so bad luck there. I have the foot lock last. Everyone has made a big fuss about the new world record with a lot
having seen the YouTube video (Treetools: see below
). Will get results to you tomorrow!