/ Ondra on grit this weekend?

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andybenham - on 21 Mar 2014
Maybe I've missed it but a quick search yielded no results. Apparently Ondra will be at Outside in Hathersage for a meet and greet opportunity after which he is following Neil Gresham out onto the grit.

So finally we get to find out what he's ever done on grit. No doubt he'll have his own goals but, given the chance, where would you take him if you only had a day?
The Pylon King on 21 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

Somewhere for a good fry up!
plyometrics - on 21 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

Trowbarrow
Bulls Crack - on 21 Mar 2014
In reply to plyometrics:

> Trowbarrow

eh?
no_more_scotch_eggs - on 21 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

baildon bank, of course.
aln - on 21 Mar 2014
In reply to The Pylon King

Ondra has been you all along? Shockeroonie.
Hardonicus - on 21 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

I'd get him on Delilah at Pule Hill.
Phill Mitch - on 21 Mar 2014
In reply to no_more_scotch_eggs:

You stole my thoughts, why go anywhere else?
MischaHY - on 21 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

Shame he's decided to do it on a wet weekend.
JanBella - on 21 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

with crazy runouts he does on sport routes at F9's hes gonna whiz up those 6 meter test pieces like there's no tomorrow.....
Jonny2vests - on 21 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:
Three Pebble Slab?

F*ck that actually. I would like to see him climb something hard with a crack though. No doubt he will go boringdull. I mean bouldering.
Post edited at 23:27
Timmd on 21 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

Ramshaw Crack?
ralphio - on 22 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

Giggling crack. He'd almost certainly fail.
maisie - on 22 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

Bosi. For Suicide Wall ;-)

And then pop over to Chair Ladder - Terriers Tooth needs a new start.

The problem is, he's so strong that it's all doable - he'll need to get on a Last Great Problem to get any measure of how good he actually is in terms that we can understand. Most of the really hard stuff in the Peak would probably come in at mid-8s in terms of technical difficulty, and he seems to flash that routinely.
1poundSOCKS - on 22 Mar 2014
In reply to JanBella: Running out the top of a 40 metre overhanging sport route is scary for me, but it's not actually very dangerous.

Graeme Alderson on 22 Mar 2014
Ramblin dave - on 22 Mar 2014
In reply to Graeme Alderson:

Calendar fail!

Should go to Baldstones and do Ray's Roof.

Will probably actually go to the Plantation for some bloddering.
plyometrics - on 22 Mar 2014
In reply to Bulls Crack:

Il Pirata.
Choss on 22 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

Parthian shot.
New statesman.
Gaia.
Graeme Alderson on 22 Mar 2014
In reply to Ramblin dave:

It will rain so he will be down The Works on the green & red spotty circuit
aln - on 22 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

Echo Wall
Muel - on 22 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

He's clearly going to go and attempt Flying Buttress.
Scrump - on 22 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

F*ck all that grit wank, get him back to the Tor to do Hubble.
Bulls Crack - on 22 Mar 2014
In reply to plyometrics:

> Il Pirata.

CaCO3 surely ?
Michael Gordon - on 22 Mar 2014
In reply to andybenham:

Baron Greenback? Just tell him the bolts are bomber and see how he goes
plyometrics - on 22 Mar 2014
In reply to Bulls Crack:

Limestone indeed.

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