Paul Robinson gets his revenge

© Alex Kahn

Last time Paul Robinson tried Die unendliche Geschichte (aka "The Never ending story"), 8B+, on the Bruno block at Magic wood, things went very wrong... and he ended up on the ground with a broken ankle.

This time, things went better, and he could defeat his nemesis on his 2nd try of his 2nd day on it since 2008.

Paul's girlfriend, Alexandra Kahn made an interview for 27 crags.

Paul Robinson entering the 2nd part of Die unendliche Geschichte
© Alex Kahn

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23 Sep, 2010
and..... you're point is?
23 Sep, 2010
It's 'your' actually, and what on earth are you talking about?!
23 Sep, 2010
Maybe you missed the bit where he said he did Die unendliche Geschichte?
24 Sep, 2010
24 Sep, 2010
I take it that you are trying to make clear your dislike of bouldering and the fact that you don't want to read about it. You were probably hoping that some other miserable sods would add similar sentiments so you could all feel better about slagging off a) a sport that you don't understand and b) a report written by a guy that has an enthusiasm that you don't understand. Well 'your' on your own.
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