/ NEWS: Keita Kurakami repeats Walk of Life E9 6c

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UKC News - on 15 May 2017
The small oo bent cams which held after the upper gear ripped., 4 kbKeita Kurakami - one of Japan's emerging trad climbing stars (having established Japan's hardest multipitch trad route at 8b+/5.14a last year) - arrived in North Cornwall a week prior to the BMC International Meet and repeated James Pearson’s Southwest test piece The Walk of Life (E9 6c) E9 6c at Dyer's Lookout.Read more
Wood for Trees on 15 May 2017
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Great stuff. No wonder he had sore toes wearing those bloody rubber socks, ye gads man the thought of it
Jonas Wiklund - on 15 May 2017
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Sugee !
Fraser on 15 May 2017
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Oooft! A 20m fall on that doesn't sound like fun! Fair play for getting back on and ticking it.
Michael Gordon - on 15 May 2017
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The fall sounds similar to James Pearson's one. Scary stuff
alice fuller - on 15 May 2017
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Good reporting
and great photos
Sean Kelly - on 15 May 2017
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Sorry I can't make it this year Stu as I'm in Wales, but have a great week. It appears that you have already started introducing others to the best and most scary of South West climbing! I'll look forward to reading more about what classic routes get ticked!
Sean
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johncoxmysteriously - on 15 May 2017
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Wow - well played, sir.

jcm
Peter Walker on 15 May 2017
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Well played indeed.

Love the photo with the flowers growing out of the wall.
benw681 - on 17 May 2017
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Cheeky cnt, Rhapsody is E11
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Fraser on 17 May 2017
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...which of course isn't mentioned in either this thread or the article linked to it.
aln - on 17 May 2017
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Whit?

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