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Koyamada repeats In search of time lost, 8C

© Dai Koyamada
Dai Koyamada on In search of time lost, 8C, Magic Wood  © Dai Koyamada
Dai Koyamada on In search of time lost, 8C, Magic Wood
© Dai Koyamada

I got an email from Dai Koyamada:

Now I am in Switzerland again.
Yesterday, I did In search of time lost
[Daniel Woods' 8C in the Darkness roof, Magic Wood/Averstal].
It is a second ascent I think. I tried for 4 days in this stay.
I am sure I am doing the right start and right line because I watched a video from Daniel Woods. I never want to be said I am in a wrong line again.
I will be here 40days more.

What Dai is refering to is of course his 2nd ascent of The Story of two worlds at Cresciano, where it turned out he started two moves in...

Dai Koyamada on In search of time lost, 8C, Magic Wood  © Dai Koyamada
Dai Koyamada on In search of time lost, 8C, Magic Wood
© Dai Koyamada

Dai Koyamada is sponsored by: Mad Rock


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31 Aug, 2011
Awesome, some of the holds on this problem just look silly.
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