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Climbing ballerinas from the 8ties :-)
  2010-12-08 00:00:00    
OffLine Mike Jones
  2010-12-08 16:05:29    
I'll never forgive you for this one Jens! 
OffLine Kojak -
  2010-12-08 16:17:24    
i am not a climber any more
OffLine Puntorosso
  2010-12-08 16:21:00    
Oh my gooooood Lord! Are you serious?!!!!
OffLine Sam Kaplan
  2010-12-08 18:21:46    
If there's a part 2 posted i'm deactivating my account
OffLine Jakelol
  2010-12-08 18:23:11    
My eyes cant unsee, Jens you cant be serious posting this shit?
OnLine Jens Larssen
  2010-12-08 18:32:52    
My god, can you guys not take a joke. Me and my friends thought it was funny. Why do we have to be so serious :-)
OffLine timo
  2010-12-08 19:18:01    
lolz, I think it's brilliant. though the music is abysmal.
OffLine fINO
  2010-12-08 23:10:55    
Don't like, only jugs

:)
OffLine Dem Postman
  2010-12-08 23:45:56    
Beautiful and sexy. This is the future of climbing.
OffLine Petr Pavlicek
  2010-12-09 00:44:35    
Perfect movie! Much better than my comming with AO :-) I like it Jens, keep not being so serious, just grades, strong heroes, this makes me a bit bored etc. Nice! :-D
OffLine Mike Jones
  2010-12-09 00:54:00    
This is what we call sarcasm Jens. Americans do this a lot.
OffLine Bergbua
  2010-12-09 05:13:05    
I think this was the post in a long time!
OffLine Dominic Green
  2010-12-09 11:24:03    
wow, this is the future man!
OffLine Nic
  2010-12-09 11:59:40    

That man is Patrick Berhault. I'm sure you all know that. He
was one of the first to experiment the idea of dancing while climbing (or the
other way around). It looks ridiculous now, but I think it also shows how
elegant our sport actually is.

OffLine Sebastian
  2010-12-09 14:34:57    

best video ever :)

Not about hardcore grades but about the beauty of climbing. Thanks!

OffLine Pinki
  2010-12-10 00:37:56    
OffLine Erik Hagelin
  2010-12-10 15:00:15    
Aaaargh! That's it. I'm deactivating!
OffLine Ronald Nesges
  2010-12-12 06:16:56    
Your comments reveal an alarming ignorance about the history of our sport
OffLine User Deactivated
  2010-12-26 06:08:47    
Sick!  How many POINTS  do they get?????
OffLine Matt Fanning
  2011-02-04 02:05:49    
That man is Zak Roper. I'm sure you all know that. He
was one of the first to experiment the idea of dancing while climbing (or the
other way around). It looks ridiculous now, but I think it also shows how
elegant our sport actually is.