The End, 8C, by Urh Cehovinby Björn Pohl - UKC Apr/2013
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Not very new perhaps, but re-mastered, different and quite dramatic in a way, here is Urh Čehovin doing The end at Zalog, close to Ljubljana in Slovenia.
The problem, which was done already in December 2007, was given 8C and has still to see a 2nd ascent. Perhaps this could be something Jernej Kruder, who repeated The story of two worlds not so long ago, could be interested in.
The End adds a lower start to The beginning of the end, 8B+, but the crux moves are still the same.
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