Dreamcatcher 9a by Michaela Kiersch

Sunday, 12 September

Michaela Kiersch, who previously has done eight 8c+', reports on Insta that she has repeated Chris Sharma's Dreamcatcher 9a in Squamish after just five days. The doctoral student tried it three years ago but could not do all moves but during this trip she did all moves on her first day. (c) The Foxes

What was the key for sending it so quickly?
I trained specifically for this route for weeks. Focusing on increasing endurance, finger strength, and campusing power.

What was the crux for you? Did you have to invent a new beta being shorter (152 cm) than the previous repeaters?
The crux for me was the final boulder problem. My beta is relatively similar to everyone else, maybe just higher feet.

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