A speed climber screams in happiness after reaching the top of the wallThomas Skrlj/COC
Thomas Skrlj/COC

Dylan Le

Biographie

  • Represented Team Canada at the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games
  • Won bronze in the speed event at the 2019 IFSC Youth World Championships, his first ever international competition; was diagnosed with tendonitis just two weeks before the world championships   
  • Competed at both the senior and junior IFSC World Championships in 2023
  • Debuted on the IFSC World Cup circuit in 2022

A Little More About Dylan

Getting into the Sport: Started climbing at age 9 after winning a free trial at a climbing gym… Decided to switch sports from artistic gymnastics to climbing… Outside Interests: Loves to learn new things and has been recently working on diving, swimming, chess, Rubik’s cube, video games, hockey and parkour skills… Odds and Ends: Inspired by Canadian Olympian Sean McColl… Always travels to competitions with his lucky headband, which he got during his first World Cup… Collects keychains when travelling…

Palmarès international

IFSC World Championships: 2023 - 53rd (speed) IFSC Youth World Championships: 2023 - 10th (junior speed); 2022 - 21st (lead youth A), 12th (boulder youth A), 8th (speed youth A); 2019 – BRONZE (speed youth B), 7th (combined Youth B), 33rd (boulder youth B), 37th (lead youth B)