Ondra repeats Robi in the sky, 9a


Monday, 5 January

Adam Ondra has started this year typical Ondra-style. Visiting the Calanques outside Marseilles, he made the first known repeat of Francois Legrand's Robi in the sky, 9a, in the Grotte de l'ermite, needing 11 tries. 11 is actually quite a lot of work for a 9a by Adam's standards and consequently, he comments that it's hard for the grade. Futher more, and being brave putting in a personal opinion as always, he registered it, as well as three 8b's onsight in Calanques as, "Poorly/Mainly chipped". Adam (15) is the world ranking leader.

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