Chris Sharma and Joe Kinder square off for the first round of the men's Psicobloc finals in Park City, Utah.
Chris Sharma made short work of the route, easily sticking the double dyno on the 5.14b route.
Sharma fell unexpectedly, however, in a following round, and the favorite to win was out of the competition.
Matty Hong, who went head to head against Sharma, can't believe his good fortune as Sharma falls and is eliminated.
Megan Martin puts up a strong performance to place third in the women's finals.
Martin cuts loose on the women's 5.13b/c finals.
Delaney Miller chose to downclimb rather than take the 55-foot fall into 10 feet of water after completing the women's finals route. She finished second.
Daniel Woods and Jimmy Webb in the final heat. Webb fell at the exit move but bested Woods to win the men's.
Jimmy Webb in the men's finals.
Sasha DiGulian and Delaney Miller prepare for the starting gun.
DiGulian easily lapped the women's route—after her first send she leaped off the top of the 55-foot-high wall, to the crowd's delight.
The men's final had a crux "rotate out" move. Nalle Hukkataival styles the move 45 feet over the water.
Tommy Caldwell came out of comp retirement for Psicobloc.
Sharma, psyched as usual. He was instrumental in bringing Psicobloc to the U.S.
The men's finalists check out the route setting.