/ NEWS: Midtbø repeats Neanderthal, 9b
This was Magnus' second of the grade, the first being the radically different Ali-Hulk sit start extension in the Ali-Baba cave at...
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Great vid! Maybe shot on a drone? Really gives this crag scale
Just make it fullscreen and the controls are there.
Ah, good to see us Norwegians out crushing!
Weirdly this doesn't look *that* hard (hey, I'm sure it is!)...looks more like a 7b+ with those big holds (or maybe he has really small hands??!)
Well done UKC. Excellent journalism as always.
The sarcastic comment just isn't right. News sites with much larger budgets also make similar mistakes. I don't think this sort of thing is happening excessively at UKC.
Agreed. It's wonderful the expectations some posters have of free content.
What you mean by getting it wrong that he had actually done it? ;-)
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