With Will making fast progress on the world's first 9A boulder, Burden of Dreams (f9A), we got in touch to ask about his experience on the Nalle Hukkataival testpiece, how it compares to the 3D scanned replica at the Lattice HQ, and whether it is, in fact, the hardest boulder in the world.
In the interview, recorded at the end of March, we also cover Will's ascent of Alphane, his first ascent of Scotlands hardest route 'Free at Last' 9a+, as well as his plans for the future, including his first trip to the US, and a return to Stefano Ghisolfi's 9b+ route Excalibur.
Check out the interview below:
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