Skyler is an exponent of controlled dynamics - jumping bloody great distances from one hold to another, first practiced properly by the first obsessed boulderer, John Gill.
When Skyler isn't leaping he is a certified Chef of the Wine Arts and an Executive Wine Sommelier. Sounds like he likes a drink!
He's also had facial reconstruction surgery that cost millions caused by....not tasting wine, but by jumping for holds.
Sarah Stirling investigates.
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