/ THE LOWDOWN: FA by Lama at Céüse
Gabri described the route as long and sustained, not so steep, with small...
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I wonder what he'll call it "Patagonian Flame Wars" perhaps.
There is already a Red Bull in Les Bruixes but maybe he's hoping to play down that connection anyway.
David Lama opens 8c+ Dave Graham project at premier sport crag? How newsworthy does news have to get for you? I ask you.
Totally agree, i dont give one about what he has done until he goes and cleans up his mess. Even then i doubt i would be enthusiastic about it, what's done is done.
Likewise. No interest in hearing news about this guy, to be honest, or seeing further advertising for Redbull on a climbing site.
Agreed. Don't report news about him until he apologizes, especially not with pictures of him in that f'ing hat.
What on odd set of replies. It's OK to hear about Adam Ondra climbing major projects in Ceuse but not David Lama? Come on, both are significant achievements and should be reported. It would be a pretty poor website if it only reported news on people who UKC users liked.
I like the LowDown. Keep up the good work.
Red bull puppet, go clean up your mess.
Yes, it's fairly newsworthy - but a picture of him that's 50% red bull hat makes me f***ing cringe.
He could onsight 9b and I wouldn't give a shit until he apologises to the argentinians and cleans his mess up.
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