Alasha 9a (+) by Jakob Schubert

Tuesday, 12 October

Jakob Schubert, the best male Lead competition climber in history who got the bronze in Tokyo, reports on Insta that he has done the first repeat of Chris Sharma's Alasha 9a (+) in Mallorca. (c) Sebastian Marko //

Chris started working it from the bottom but after having fallen 20+ times from around 18 meters during five years, mainly alone, he rappelled down and found out that the upper crux was like 8B. In the end, Chris did not grade it but thought it was more or less as difficult as Es Pontas 9a+ which he also did not grade. Great video from the FA.

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