/ British Climbing
Alternative I could just be wrong and biased.
I suspect you may have been influenced by selective reporting. Plenty of foreign wads have been very impressive in the UK and plenty of UK wads have been shut down elsewhere.
Might be the weather aswell I suppose
agreed that the UK produces SOME of the finest climbers about.
but it takes a working knowledge of spanish, russian, polish, japanese, german and slovenian to hear about many of the others.
I think Ondra was on a rest day when he went to Giggleswick? And he may not have been exactly inspired by what he saw!
<cough> Alex Honnold.
honnold soloing gaia? also soloing meshuga about 3 times to 'warm up'!
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