An Interview with Will Bosi Fri Night Vid

We interviewed Will Bosi in his garden in Edinburgh post-quarantine following his ticking spree in Spain. Will made the first ascent of King Capella (UKC News) in Siurana, Catalonia and proposed 9b+, becoming the first British climber and only the sixth person in the world to climb the grade. In addition to three other first ascents of a 9b, a 9a and an 8C boulder, he also amassed a staggering ticklist with notable repeats including First Ley 9a+, Ley Indignata 9a (third ascent) and Estado Critico 9a.

We asked Will about his time in Spain, his newfound passion for first ascents, training for Olympic selection, unfinished business at Raven Tor and future projects...

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Will is 22 and based in Edinburgh, Scotland. At 17, Will became the youngest Brit to climb 9a at the time with Rainshadow at Malham Cove. Since then, Bosi has become one of the leading lights of GB Climbing. In 2018, he...

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