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First time on this. First go bolt to bolt, figured out and did all the moves. Second go tried to redpoint. Fine to the crux, then couldn't quite remember exactly which holds to use so hung around for ages and eventually had to rest on the bolt. Then remebered the sequence, typical! The key to it was getting the horizontal torque further out left rather than just past the bolt. Still a reachy, tenuous and basically damn hard move to get the small dink off floating foot placements. Followed by another reachy, tenuous and fairly hard move to the flattie. Clipping the bolt off the flatty is pumpy, reachy and tenuous off poor feet, better to move into the torque below the overlap on Don't Tumble and clip easily at the waist but that's another hard and tenuous move! Managed to get to the top in one after the rest so pleased with that. Didn't really have another good go left in me so one to finish off next season! Afterwards placed an in situ draw on the first bolt and replaced the draw and maillon on the second one, as well as inadvertently trundling a sizeable non-essential block low down.
Misha - Lead dog - 07/Mar/15 with Andrew
Hidden - Lead RP - 27/Jan/15
Worked it and didn't take the draws for the top section of Tumble. Amazed to make it to Tumble and had it in the bag.
Dave Almond - Lead dnf - 07/Jan/15 with Simon Frost
Greg Boswell - Lead RP - 09/Nov/14
Ramon Marin - Lead rpt - 09/Nov/14
retro flash for training
Ramon Marin - Lead rpt - 30/Nov/13 with viki harvey
Hidden - Lead RP - Nov/13
mux - Lead β - 07/Nov/10 with Simon Frost
Hidden - Lead RP - 20/Jun/09