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Comments by ClimbSoHigh (10)

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yeah that belayer was garbage. the slack was just right to send you toward that ledge combined with a hard catch made you jolt swinging you around and into the ledge faster. A little less slack and a good soft catch and you wouldn't touch rock during that whip. If you want to challenge your skills, you should make sure you have a competant belayer and a helmet for those kinda things.
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I'm a fan of the vid.
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thank you
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was that a climbing vid or a christian recruiting vid?
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was the vid removed?
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I will never know how people can do this, I'm sitting in a chair and my wheels are probably spinning more than the climber's. I hope no one cares about this climber otherwise his passion is incredibly selfish. Just like Bachar was incredibly selfish which really screwed over his own son. (off tangent opinion)

Balls will either give you the rush of your life, or end it. This guy has balls and it was an amazing send, but I would still be more impressed if done on lead.

(I still don't know why climbing communities think that free soloing a route is the ultimate send, when free soloing is much easier than leading.)
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if it took two days to dial the moves, there must have been some fun falls in there, any good footage fo that or was no camera rolling.
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I love the helmet cam, really cool feel, but I'm a little dizzy now.
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Me too! I must also be a pro! I can rock mono's so maybee I should get a sponser from princeton tech. A trailer without a single whipper? Also it looked like all the climbs are at the same crag. I guess it is more of a documentary about Brazilian climbers in Rio.
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That was the longest commercial I have willingly sat through. Too bad I already have doubles of camelots. I am currious how these stack up against camelots with weight and surface area though.