The Big Island 8C (B+) by Killian Chabrier

Monday, 15 February

Killian Chabrier, who three weeks ago did his second and third ever 8B+, Kheops assis and Gecko assis, has done The Big Island 8C (B+) in Fontainebleau. Video on his Insta

"It took me about 15 sessions over one year, with big breaks caused by injuries like a small tearing on a biceps and the two lockdowns we had in France! It was very difficult for me to do il because of my small arms! In the beginning of February after 4 months without trying it. I found all the sensations really quick. The moves which looked impossible before felt not so hard and then it took me two more sessions to send it! For the grade, I say soft 8C but some of the last people who sent it think more for hard 8B+ hard. I prefer to try more 8C's to have a better opinion on it!"

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