F.A. Ramon Julian Puigblanque.
"Ramonet" needed approximately 15 attempts to send the 40m stamina fest, which runs parallel with the famous "La Rambla".

At the beginning 8c+/9a, after an hold broke:

" The hold was not a resting jug, but it helped.
Before Estado Critico was more of an endurance problem, now there is a definite crux (but for Golpe it is not the crux). Estado Critico is now significantly harder, from 8c+ to 9a
."  Adam Ondra

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Alex Megos on sight, yesterday, first 9a on sight in climbing history.

(After having redpointed any 9a+s and ... slept in a normal tent :-)

Alex is from Erlagen, Frankenjura, Germany, 19 years old.

1993 born

1998 started climbing

2007

- first 7b+ Freche Füchse, Zamonien

- three months later, first 8a, on his third go, Zwei Musketiere, Soranger Wand

2008 first 8b, flash Commando Madrid, Les Perxes, Mallorca

2009

- first 8c, third go, Drive by Shooting, Bärenschlucht, Frankenjura

- four weeks later, first 8c+, Pain makes me feel stronger every day, Glocke, Frankenjura

2010

- first 8b+ onsight La Pietra Murata, Massone, Arco

- 8c, five tries, Wallstreet, Frankenjura 

- 2 8c F.A. Fake Friends and Keep Going, Kalymnos

- 8b+ onsight, Trous dans l’air, Kalymnos

- 8c second go Lucky Luca extension

2011

- 8c+, Shangri-La, Schlaraffenland, Frankenjura

- 8c flash, Raubritter, Frankenjura

2012

- 8b+/8c flash, Roof Warrior, Universum crag

- first 9a, San Ku Kai, Entraygues

- 9a four days, The Fly, Rumney 

- first 8c+ flash, Pure Imagination

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Luna, like a dream

Posted by 9b on January 7, 2016 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

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Yes Yan.

 

At first, your idea was about going on bolting around Baunei.

 

Then, I wrote You the Dorgali Municipality is going to rebolt around Cala Gonone.

I gave you these informations: after…

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Giuliano Cameroni: strong fingers, a kind mother, 16 years old ...

Posted by 9b on February 13, 2014 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

... and a future of hard boulders and (short) routes !

 

 

 

 

35 minutes.

This is the driving distance between Giuliano's house and the closiest boulders.

Not so bad.

The only problem is that when you are 16 years old, You can't drive the car.

No worries, if you have a kind mother, problem is solved  :-)

She drives him to the rocks, so he can climb something like this, then, after bouldering, he takes the train to come back home.

 

Ciao Giuliano,

how are you so strong ?! How much do you train ?

CIAO :-)

I CLIMB ON BOULDERS ABOUT 4 TIMES A WEEK, ON PLASTIC NOT SO MUCH, WHEN IT RAINS

 

Where do you climb usually ?

I CLIMB IN TICINO, MAGIC WOOD, SUSTEN, ... SOMETIMES IN FONT AND DURING THE HOLIDAYS OUT OF EUROPE TOO.

 

Who are your bouldering friends ?

I CLIMB WITH FRIENDS FROM TICINO AND WALLIS. SOMETIMES WITH MY FATHER AND MY BROTHER.

 

 

How is Giuliano Cameroni as a climber…

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