VIDEO SERIES: Sharma and Glowacz - the Full Story

by Jack Geldard - UKC Chief Editor Mar/2014
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A couple of weeks ago we reported that Chris Sharma and Stefan Glowacz had teamed up to climb a mega new route. We guessed that it was the huge cave of Majlis al Jinn in Oman. Were we right?

Details were scarce, and the first video that was released was just a teaser, but now here's the full video series.


Forums ( Read More... | 38 comments, 25 Mar 2014 )
Found the video pretty interesting. I am assuming there is a longer film coming where we actually see more climbing though? As a side note on Redbull, they have also successfully infilatrated the world of underground...
jonnyblindsign - 25 Mar 2014

I thought the video was pretty poor. The project looks great but 4x3min videos? only one 3 min video with the actual climb in? Loads of spraying about how great everything is but very little information or footage of...
Double Knee Bar - 25 Mar 2014

I know people who would, Ramon, for various reasons. But more generally... The problem with some big name sponsors like Red Bull, at least in climbing - and not taking into consideration the health/fitness un-benefits...
Damo - 25 Mar 2014

I can tell you this, they had to jump through a lot of hoops! It took them months to get the permits from people that had no idea what they were talking about. Thats quite the accomplishment, trust me I know all about...
larpy - 25 Mar 2014

That's a really interesting article. Thank you for putting it on here. 'There's a part of me that sees parkour and freerunning as two distinct things; the first is a global community that trains not for the camera or...
Mick Ward - 24 Mar 2014

That's funny because I'd much rather Redbull stayed well away from climbing and stuck with the stunts and the Caribbean Islands. I'd much rather Redbull stayed well away from climbing and stuck with the stunts and...
Jonny2vests - 24 Mar 2014

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