Mandela Day by Fred Moixby Björn Pohl - UKC Feb/2014
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Fred Moix has made the first ascent of Mandela Day on an extremely steep rock found by Markus Bieri in the Swiss Valais region.
Fred is of course better known as a photographer, but sometimes he puts his shoes on and does some climbing. Most times, this means bouldering and he has repeated problems as difficult as 8B+, but this time ... it was too nice, I had to bolt it :-)
To figure out what that means you're going to have to watch this video. You'll also get to hear Dave Graham speak French.
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