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Sid Lives 9a (8c+) by Alexander Feichter  Facebook

Sid Lives (11) - Alexander Feichter from Alexander Feichter on Vimeo.

8c FA by John Henry in Norway  Facebook

Buildering in Darmstadt  Facebook

Ondra Road to Tokyo #13 - Wujiang  Facebook

How to bolt with Sasha DiGulian  Facebook

Faus, Webb and Cameroni doing Primitivo 8B & 8C  Facebook

8A FA by Gasper Bratina  Facebook

8B+ FAs by Pirmin Bertle  (1) Facebook

Walden 8B+/8C and Underclass Poem 8B+ at the Cousimbert, Fribourg (CH) from Pirmin Bertle on Vimeo.

Ryohei Kameyama in Font  (1) Facebook

Sharma projecting his hardest route ever  Facebook

Wujiang finals  (4) Facebook

Bahratal from 5C to 8A+/B  Facebook

Wujiang semi finals 09.30 GMT +8  Facebook

Ben Moon returns to Buoux after 30 years  Facebook

Siegrist 6-weeks recipe for stronger fingers  Facebook

Bombero de la Roca 7a+ in Sant Llorenç del Munt  Facebook

Pau Contreras en Wonder boy (8b) FA, Sant Llorenç del Munt  Facebook

Rescat Emocional (7b+), Sant Llorenç del Munt  Facebook

Hungry Monkeys in Railay  Facebook

Hungry Monkeys from Ironmanfilms on Vimeo.

Stefano Carnati (16) does Three 8c's  Facebook

On the road to The North Face Kalymnos Festival  Facebook

8A+ by Shauna Coxsey (18)  (6) Facebook

UKC has the full story of Shauna jumping directely from 7C+ to 8A+.

Pilgrim 8a+ from Shauna Coxsey on Vimeo.

Adam Ondra sends fourth 9b in 10 weeks **Updated  (11) Facebook

After firing-off 'Chilam Balam' he had mention that he wanted to send a project in the same crag, Villanueva del Rosario (Málaga-Spain). Now, following what 9b reports, the Czech wonderboy Adam Ondra would have sent such route named La planta de Shiva, 9b in 14 tries (not the 8 we published before).

The photographer, David Munilla, publishes in his blog together with some nice pics that the route is divided in two pitches: a first one of an 8c+ which he failed to on-sight and in a 2nd go, and a second pitch much more difficult "in which Adam needed to do his outmost, as well as brush it, smash it and use some sika."

Video trying it showing his unique style when it comes to speed, foot placement, flexibility and changes in tempo etc:


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