Doman Škofic, one of the most promising young lead climbers in the World Cup, visited Ticino, where he showed he's quite a boulderer as well.
Highlights include a near flash(!) of The Dagger, ~8B/+, which he then did 3rd go, and a quick ascent of Confessions, ~8B+.
Maybe he should enter the bouldering World Cup as the problems there are no harder than 7B+-7C according to the setters. Personally I'm wondering if they're not referring to the British technical grade. That would make more sense to me...
Doman Škofic is sponsored by: Edelrid
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