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Seb Bouin has done 21 routes 9a and harder. Even so, the silent crusher is not very well-known. In the video he explains his climbing vision, why and how he does this sport.
IFSC President Marco Scolaris will be discussing the Olympic format and more at the press conference following the Plenary Assembly in Quebec City on March 11th.
"We are very excited for this next adventure," says the IFSC President. "Together, we have created new opportunities for our sport, and now we continue to prepare for the next steps, in Quebec and beyond."
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Hey Steph,
I climbed the Salathe Wall with two buddies in September. We had a great time, aid climbed everything we possibly could – but still got totally “captained”. It was my first big wall, my two buddies had done the Nose the year before. The whole time we were baffled and inspired by your effort (as well as the others who have done it – but one of the other guys had recently read your book so your name came up most) to free climb that thing! I vowed to email you when we got done to express our admiration, but it got away from me until now.
I have referred to your blog many times as I attempt to move solidly into intermediate rock climber status, and always appreciate what I read.
Thanks for being an inspiration, and so helpful to the other climbers out there!
Simon
Thanks Simon! The Salathe is one of the most awesome and inspiring routes I ever had the privilege to climb. It’s kind of hard to understand how big and how exposed it really is up there, until you’re there yourself…it’s hard core just being up there. It sounds like you guys had an awesome adventure too! It was nice of you to think of me and to write
Steph
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Will Murphy on the classic Ossie’s Bulge f6B+/V4 over at Ramshaw.
A great day out climbing, it’s been a while since we were over at Ramshaw, a few years I think, so it’s great to be back there and just do a few classics.
Although it has been a bit sweaty on the grit recently, so we’re taking it easy on pushing the grades. But I know Andy wants to get back into the 7B area, Charlotte and James want to get on 7A’s and Will just wants to scare himself on hard trad
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Cal van Werkhoven on the last climb of the day at the lovely Trevor Rocks!
There’s nothing better than climbing while the sun sets, always so peaceful.
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Luka Krajnc on the crux pitch of Belavista, 8c, Dolomites.
Moritz Perwitzschky did ten (10) boulders 8A to 8B this weekend in Kochel. This means that the 17 year old has done a total of 44 boulders 8A and harder in 2017! In 2016, he did a total of 22 boulders 8A and harder out of which seven in December so something has really kicked in. How can you explain this extreme progress? I focused on rope climbing last year and also had school, so this year there's much more time for

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and I also use that for training too. Seems it works quite well for me. Is it not time to raise the bar going for something really hard? I think not. I just want to climb as much as possible and the result doesn't even matter. The fitness and the sends will come sooner or later, if you don't get injured. And as I don't do any systematical training, I don't really know, what I'm capable of so let's see.
Henning Wang got the last day action from Adam Ondra's tries on Neanderthal 9b, where he got very high up "Despite the conditions, (wet tufa, 20+ degrees, high humidity)," and after skipping many quickdraws did fall probably some 20 meters.
This nice Font video shows a good portrait of Megan Mascarenas, #4 in the 8a ranking game, who was always in the Top-4 in the last six World Cups.
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Toru Nakajima reports on Facebook that he has done Paul Robinson's Lucid Dreaming in Bishop. It took the Japanese three years and 16 sessions. Given that Paul originally thought the problem was an 8C+ and that Alex Megos called it his hardest, it might be a contender to be upgraded? "We arrived Bishop at 15th but rain kept us inside until yesterday. Rain stopped yesterday noon, i realized I can check holds and my condition on everything. we walked laughed load because of heavy snow this January. I cleaned up holds, put mats, and practiced crux move as like last year. I realized I can do crux move far easier than last year. Although my middle finger skin split, I thought I can complete this problem and have to do it now. I started from the beginning, caught the grassy and small pinch, and caught the final crimp like it was practice. I couldn't believe it while my way to the top, even I descended to the ground. I paid enormous energy and time, I felt heavy mental pressures during last two years, however I felt it more easier than I expected. I was really happy, but as times go on, I became confused. May be i have to wait for a while to understand what meaning this three seasons. Thank you everyone who cheered and supported me!!"