Chris Webb Parsons on form in Huecoby Jack Geldard - Editor - UKC Feb/2009
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Chris describes himself on his website as "born in England in 1985... ...My home is now in the Blue Mountains where I have access to some of the best climbing in Australia."
He has climbed F8c+ routes and also grabbed the second ascent of the famed boulder problem The Wheel of life (V16) - pictured on the right.
His tick list (taken from his blog), climbed in less than four weeks at Hueco is:
Unfortunately Chris has now injured his shoulder, putting him out of action for the moment. UKC wish him a speedy recovery.
You can keep up to date with Chris on his website: chriswebbparsons.com
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