Senzace 9a by Vojta Trojan and Martin Stranik

Friday, 16 October

Vojta Trojan and Martin Stranik have done Senzace 9a in Krkavka. Stranik got the silver in the 2007 Boulder World Championship and Vojta, who comments below, has previously done two 9a's.

"Krkavka - the crag where 'Senzace' is located, is almost my home crag. Even though, I haven't tried this route much before because there was a hold broken in the crux section and we didn't know if it's possible (I tried it once and it seemed very hard). Then Adam Ondra did the first ascent after the broken hold. After showing the possibility of climbing it I just got pretty excited and started working it. The route starts with ten moves which should be 8B/B+ boulder followed by resistance climbing around 8a+. In overall it took me around 5-7days (didn't count😄) but have to say, that it went down much faster then I expected. The day after the send I also did the "easier" start of the route called 'Kompletace' which is 8c+ and shares the main crux. "

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