Khéops assis by Robinson

© Alex Kahn

Paul Robinson finished 2010 off in his trade mark fashion, making a one session ascent of Antoine Vandeputte's very technical and balancy Khéops assis, 8B+ (formerly 8C) at Cuvier Rempart, Fontainebleau.

Paul says, “in the beginning of the session I thought there was no way I would be able to do it in one session but once I figured out the beta and body position I wanted to use, it all started to come together. Once I did the stand start I just got really psyched and linked the whole thing!”.

Paul Robinson on Kheops assis
© Alex Kahn

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