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Jimmy Webb climbs Lucid Dreaming (8C)Fri Night Vid

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This week's Friday Night Video is a bouldering masterclass from Jimmy Webb. He attempts Lucid Dreaming, a notoriously crimpy Font 8C which is very difficult to find in the right condition. On the heavier side, Webb explains that he usually shies away from climbs of this style and that climbing the problem was a pivotal moment for him. A fun video with some stunning footage of the bouldering paradise of Bishop.


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Jimmy Webb is one of the world's top boulderers, with multiple Font 8C+ problems on his CV. He has been at the forefront of pushing into new grade boundaries for several years and made first ascents worldwide.

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8 Feb, 2020

Written Font 8C+ when it is 8C? Jimmy didn't propose any upgrade as far as I'm aware and the consensus is 8C so I think a mistake has been made. The Process on the same boulder is 8C+.

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