Loading Notifications...

Analogica, 9a, by Sharma

Chris Sharma has pulled another one out of the hat, adding to the tally of 9a's in the Sta Linya cave: Analogica. He did this in front of the cameras of the film crew who was about to interview him about the current access problems in the cave. Sometimes a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do, but the timing couldn't have been anymore perfect!
Víctor Fernández: Chris told me once ... "often you would like to be in two places at once, but this is impossible so you have to enjoy wherever you are and forget what you are missing", and that is what he did yesterday.
I'm guessing this wasn't one of his major projects, as 9a is, more or less, something he could do every other day. OK, that's probably a slight exaggeration, but Chris would without a doubt prefer to spend his time on one of his main projects, like First round, first minute or Neanderthal, both believed to be in the 9b-or-harder-range.
Source: Kairn

This post has been read 2,455 times

Return to Latest News

Support UKC

We need your help.

UKClimbing is a vibrant web site with rich content and an amazing community. So far, all we've asked of you is that you visit and interact with the site but we are in uncertain times. We need to look at ways to keep the site moving forward whilst maintaining our key aim of allowing free access to everyone to our main content. The site will continue to be mainly funded by a subtle level of outdoor-only advertising but we now need extra support to ensure we can continue to provide the UKC that we all know and love.

You can help us by becoming a UKC Supporter. This can be in a small way or in a larger package that includes discounted products from our sister-publishing company Rockfax.

If you appreciate UKClimbing then please help us by becoming a UKC Supporter.

UKC Supporter

  • Support the website we all know and love
  • Access to a year's subscription to the Rockfax App.
  • 30% off Rockfax guidebooks
  • Show your support UKC Supporter badge on your profile and forum posts

Facebook Twitter Copy Email LinkedIn Pinterest