The Pommish Invasion - The Candlestick, TasmaniaFri Night Vid

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Early this year, three students from Lancaster University - Matt Amos, Ben Cianchi and Jonathan Doyle - took on the most serious and committing challenge of their lives, climbing The Candlestick: a 110m sea-stack next to the world famous Totem Pole at Cape Huay, Tasmania.

Their quirky video makes quite it clear as to how much fun they had on this iconic climb...

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14 Oct, 2016
Bloody hell, that swim across!!
14 Oct, 2016
Yes, that looked scary I wouldn't have gone in there myself.
14 Oct, 2016
my god fair play to this lads, nice work. That swim!!!!
14 Oct, 2016
Watched this and couldn't stop smiling. Great work guys, looks amazing climbing.
14 Oct, 2016
that jump in! Balls of steel! Great little vid
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