/ NEWS: Jordan Buys - A Productive Winter - E8 and More

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UKC News - on 10 Feb 2012
Requiem for a Dream (8A), 3 kbLancashire based climber Jordan Buys has had a productive winter so far, with a long list of impressive ascents including a flash of the gritstone arete of End of the Affair (E8).

Here we give a brief round-up of what he has been up to...

Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=66590

chrishamper - on 10 Feb 2012
In reply to UKC News:
A quick ascent of the soft Font 8A at Hepburn called PreparationH, about which Jordan said: "This was a day trip which piled on the pressure.

Preparation H, piled on haha
Ramblin dave - on 10 Feb 2012
In reply to UKC News:
> A flash ascent of End of the Affair at Curbar (E8 6c).
> "Harder than I thought it was going to be..."

I would've guessed "pretty hard" myself...
Madden - on 10 Feb 2012
In reply to chrishamper: Not gunna lie; I sniggered more than a little bit at that.
poeticshambles - on 11 Feb 2012
In reply to UKC News: They say cold, damp walls are not for sitting on.
Hephaestus - on 13 Feb 2012
In reply to UKC News:
> Lancashire based climber Jordan Buys has had a productive winter so far, with a long list of impressive ascents including a flash of the gritstone arete of End of the Affair (E8).
> Here we give a brief round-up of what he has been up to...
>

I thought it was more half-arsed than brief. Even a quick look through your own back catalogue of articles would have turned up more than this lazy summary.
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Hephaestus - on 13 Feb 2012
In reply to UKC News:

On the plus side it has been an inspired season. Good to see a sustained effort on the grit, and so many ascents that have improved on previous styles.

Nice one,

Jim

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