/ NEWS: Tom Peckitt Adds New Font 8a+ to Lord's Seat

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UKC News - on 13 Nov 2012
Tom Peckitt on The Uncertainty Principle, 8A+, 3 kbTom Peckitt has made the first ascent of a great looking boulder at Lord's Seat, Yorkshire. The Uncertainty Principle (8A+) is named in memory of Tom's late father.

"The Uncertainty Principle isn't my hardest first ascent but it is certainly one of my proudest; not only for the climbing and the stunning line but what I have overcome and experienced over the last year to get here..."

Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=67586

Greg Chapman - on 13 Nov 2012
In reply to UKC News:

As I said before, well done Tom and great write up.

As an aside: It shows the general state of news reporting on here that the FA has do his own news report for it to appear. Would have been nice to have seen reports for the numerous other high-end UK boulder problems climbed in recent months reported on here too.
Tyler - on 13 Nov 2012
In reply to Greg Chapman:

I know, what are all those UKC reporters doing with their time, they're paid to go out and get stories.......
jakes - on 13 Nov 2012
In reply to Tyler:

It's not so difficult: all the UKC reporters have to do is check Greg's excellent compilation of hard (>8A) first ascents, http://www.eliteukbinventory.blogspot.co.uk . The hard work has already been done!
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adi3969 - on 14 Nov 2012
In reply to UKC News: Awesome stuff Tom, top effort and a great start to the season

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