/ THE LOWDOWN: Ondra at Malham, the photos
As you already know, Adam also sent Rainshadow (3rd try!!!)
Then, there were a few early morning tries on Hubble at Raven Tor. He passed the first crux twice but fell...
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Cool. My favourite is the 12th where he is shaking out.
Is me of does it look like his hands and forarms belong to that of a supersized gorilla?
Is that Malcolm Smith in the 4th?
The photos make it look like at least he's trying on this one, some decent gurning and straining; the video of Chilam Balam that I saw him on the other week, he made look like a relative path, sure, he put in some effort, but there didn't seem to be much evidence of struggle.
just massively impressive all round, another league.
Amazing photography of one of the, or the best sport climber on the planet.
I was standing right next to him at Mello a couple of weeks back. I can confirm he has massive forearms and dishes for hands relative to his size. It's cheating really. What's particularly impressive is that he got up and spoke to a room of a hundred people at 18 years in his second language. He's an amazing ambassador for the sport...
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