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Nathan Lee lycrad up and cranking on Rababoum (7a) in Font
© rob, May 2012
Ethan Walker in action in the ‘Jura.
© rob, May 2012 Ethan Walker flashed the 'amazing' E6 6b Nosferatu and then Masters of the Universe E7 6b. He said: "Since then I've been on a bit of bouldering quest which has culminated in me climbing a bunch of V11's in the space of a week. First up was Tumbleweed at the Tor, which I think just sneaks in there at 8A... I followed this with an ascent of Dark Art, Dark Beta, Soul Crusher Sit Start and Wrestling with my Dangerous Soul, a potential soft V12 from the back at the popular Anston Stones." If that wasn't enough he then managed to head off to the 'Jura.
Meanwhile Nathan Lee has been finishing off some unfinished business: Genocide E6 6c, Speak the Truth E7 6b and Bens Wall 7c before he put on some lycra and headed off to Font. Check out his video here.
Between revision 'breaks' Ollie Grounsell ticked off Strapadictomy (E5 6b), at Froggatt, and Goosey Goosey Gander (E5 6a) at Stanage before nailing his first 8a, Call of Nature at the Tor, followed by Power of the Darkside E7 6b at Bank Quarry in Matlock.
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