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Wheel of life for James Kassay!

© Caine Delacy
James Kassay on Dead can't dance, which is one of the parts that make up The wheel of life  © Caine Delacy
James Kassay on Dead can't dance, which is one of the parts that make up The wheel of life
© Caine Delacy

James Kassay has, finally, bagged The Wheel of life, ~8C+, Dai Koyamada's ~65 move mega link-up in the Hollow Mountain Cave, Grampians, Australia. This was the 4th ascent after Dai, Chris Webb-Parsons and Ethan Pringle.

On facebook, he comments that It may have been many years in the making... But today I was fortunate enough to complete the Grampians test piece... The Wheel Of Life! Yay for me!!! :)

Apparently not totally content with that, he later jumped on again and went for a direct version. No success this time, but maybe in the near future?


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