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Sharma climbs First Ley, 9a+

My man at Margalef just filed a report: "Just came back from the crag where I saw Chris Sharma screaming at the top of a new FA, I think. It starts in the First round, first minute project, but finishes on the left". As it turned out, it was an FA, now called First ley, weighing in around, 9a+. The route climbs the first part, ~8B/+, of the FRFM project, up to the small rest, and then goes left into the last part of the "Ley innata" project, which you follow to the top. This part is roughly 8a, so you shouldn't really fall once you've done the first part.
Photo: The scene of the crime. 

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28 Feb, 2010
Ha, ha, yeah.. this is pretty weird. I knew there was a new project there, and that it's hard, but I don't know the name or the grade. Yet.
28 Feb, 2010
And now I do.
1 Mar, 2010
Actually... I think it's a Dani Andrada project, and that the correct name is "La ley innata".
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