Alexander Megos in the Grampiansby Björn Pohl - UKC Oct/2013
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Here's a couple of videos with Alexander Megos climbing a bunch of boulder problems in the Grampians, Australia. In the first one he does proper boulder problems beween 8A and 8B+ and in the second one, a Dogma-95 uncut video, the boulder route The wheel of life, ~8C/9a, which he did in only two sessions.
While there he basically did all the hardest problems in the Hollow Mountain Cave as well as putting up a few new ones of his own, some of which are now the hardest there.
He also put up the hardest route in the country, R.E.D, 9a, in the Blue Mountains.
30 November he will be facing the world's best boulderers in the La Sportiva Legends Only in Stockholm.
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