/ NEWS: Two more 9a+'s by Ondra in Norway

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UKC News - on 26 Sep 2013
Adam Ondra on Move, 9b/+, Flatanger, Norway, 4 kbAdam Ondra has wrapped up his Norway season by making two more 9a+ first ascents, one in Hanshelleren and one in Hell.

Kangaroo's limb, is according to Adam, a "cheater's version" as it avoids the dyno crux. A move Adam says he has been able to complete as a single move, but never even been close...

Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=68373
Stingraypoindex - on 26 Sep 2013
In reply to UKC News: Someone tell him to Stop faffing about in Norway and get up to Dumby.
zebidee - on 26 Sep 2013
In reply to Stingraypoindex:
> (In reply to UKC News) Someone tell him to Stop faffing about in Norway and get up to Dumby.

He'll have to get used to climbing trad in that case:

From http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=2747 :

> Of course lots of people are interested in your 'trad climbing potential', is this something you'd be interested in? Do you see it as very different from sport climbing?
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> I wouldn't like to headpoint, so I don't want to climb anything with ground fall potential from the crux. It is a challenge, but it's not something I'm interested in. If something is airy with the possibility of long falls but still pretty safe, why not try it?! But first I should learn how to place gear!
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> I would like to climb some trad multipitches in the future, because it's much faster than drilling and placing bolts and you can avoid groundfall or death-potential falls."
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Stingraypoindex - on 26 Sep 2013
In reply to UKC News: Plenty sport at dumby, a couple of projects remain

http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=68306

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