Paul Robinson first 8B+' post surgery

Wednesday, 26 May

Paul Robinson, who is 110 days post-surgery, has done two 8B+', Dictator and Little Richard in Camp Dick. The 33-year-old has done 1000+ boulders 8A and harder, which is the most in the world.

"I had my discs c4/5 and c5/6 replaced. I think the reason that I had to get the surgery was partly due to my genetics as well as taking 23 years of falls from bouldering. I did the surgery because I love pushing myself in climbing. I love trying to push myself to climb some of the hardest boulders in the world and if I did not get the surgery I would never be able to climb that hard again." More info on his Insta

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