During a trip to the popular bouldering destination of Rocklands in South Africa, Austrian climber Anna Stöhr has managed to repeat The Power of one and The Vice, both confirmed 8B boulder problems.
That Anna excels on rock shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone who has been following this year's bouldering World Cup, where she has won six out of seven competitions. The only comp she didn't win, she finished 2nd, beaten by one attempt by German competitor Jule Wurm. Anna Stöhr is ranked #1 in the world.
According to La Sportiva, Anna needed four days to climb The Power of one and three for The Vice.
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