Mountain Climbing Competition Held in South China
The Mountain Climbing Competition 2011 was held in Sanya of Hainan Province in South China on Saturday, attracting 100 participants from home and abroad.
Conquering a peak of 1,412 meters above sea level, Wang Zhicheng from China's Chongqing finished first in 38 minutes and 27 seconds.
Chen Chunyan from China's Shandong reached the peak in 52 minutes and 14 seconds, and became the winner of the girls' group.
According to the rules, the winner will get 10,000 yuan (about 1,500 U.S. dollars) award.
As the first climbing competition was held successfully last year, this year's edition attracted more climbers.