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#9100 Re: significant repeats
July 30, 2020, 09:41:28 am
Strong effort   :strongbench:

Any insight on how many kneebars used?

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#9101 Re: significant repeats
July 30, 2020, 09:50:39 am
Whilst i'm on I thought i'd add a few bits i caught wind of over the last few weeks or so.

He also made an ascent of Texas hold em sit, not sure what the crack is with this, be interested for anyone who knows the background of the problem better than me. For sure it's hard and probably a FA, unless Gaskin's actually did it.

Didnt sam do fa of this? Or was it just a repeat?

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#9102 Re: significant repeats
July 30, 2020, 11:13:57 am
Maybe, I remember reading at the time Sam did something and suggested 7C. Aidan says itís 8B or so, so I very much doubt they are the same thing. Aidan is pretty conservative with his grades. Iím lucky to do the moves on his Ď8Así

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#9103 Re: significant repeats
July 30, 2020, 11:52:36 am
Yeah the high left hand sidepull, I did the moves on the stand but didn't link even from after the crux of LW to the end. Gutted, a proj gone.

I think I know the one you mean. You use it to then move your RH from the starting pocket. I used an intermediate LH crimp just below that to get to it, but it would be very hard to do a move of it.

Shame, but I guess holds break...

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#9104 Re: significant repeats
July 30, 2020, 12:22:58 pm
Maybe, I remember reading at the time Sam did something and suggested 7C. Aidan says itís 8B or so, so I very much doubt they are the same thing. Aidan is pretty conservative with his grades. Iím lucky to do the moves on his Ď8Así

Aaaah good old South Lakes, clear as mud as usual!

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#9105 Re: significant repeats
July 30, 2020, 01:17:02 pm
Yeah the high left hand sidepull, I did the moves on the stand but didn't link even from after the crux of LW to the end. Gutted, a proj gone.

I think I know the one you mean. You use it to then move your RH from the starting pocket. I used an intermediate LH crimp just below that to get to it, but it would be very hard to do a move of it.

Shame, but I guess holds break...

Yeah they sure do.

That intermediate is what the problem revolves around now haha. You do a move off it and then a harder move off the undercut massive pocket.

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#9106 Re: significant repeats
July 30, 2020, 09:49:28 pm
Another V16 repeat in RMNP:

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#9107 Re: significant repeats
August 01, 2020, 04:56:35 pm
Second 9A for James Pearson having only recently become a dad. Pretty inspiring!

https://www.instagram.com/p/CDOywd4FyEY/?igshid=1ftrflr0ocuqz

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#9108 Re: significant repeats
August 01, 2020, 10:03:27 pm
9a.....  ;)

Good on him too!

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#9109 Re: significant repeats
Today at 09:07:40 am
9a.....  ;)

Good on him too!

I thought it was OK to capitalise the grade of a sport route as long as you shout it to anyone who will listen

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#9110 Re: significant repeats
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https://www.facebook.com/JesseDuftonGBParaclimber/

Forked Lightning Crack, some effort!

 

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