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Chockstone Forum - Climbing Videos

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James Kassay climbs the Wheel of Life Direct

ajfclark
27/06/2013
9:45:19 AM

Black Diamond athlete James Kassay climbs the Wheel of Life Direct from Black Diamond Equipment on Vimeo.


ambyeok
27/06/2013
1:00:55 PM
Amazing. Absolutely amazeballs.

pmonks
28/06/2013
2:04:13 AM
It's not fair - James is talented *AND* handsome!
technogeekery
28/06/2013
8:16:09 AM
Outrageous! Those "rests" made me laugh. Very very impressive.

Duang Daunk
28/06/2013
8:58:25 AM
Much as I hate to admit it from my indifferentf love of bouldering, that's a top effort on a top boulder route by a top climber, and well filmed.

gnaguts
29/06/2013
9:39:31 AM
Its been done before, but good effort at publicity anyway. The climbing shown is good too.

White Trash
29/06/2013
10:43:42 AM
On 29/06/2013 ODH wrote:
>Its been done before, but good effort at publicity anyway. The climbing
>shown is good too.

what are you on about? the climbing is way better than good , it is inspirational.
is this some kind of boulderer insecurity thing hapning or something?

D.Lodge
1/07/2013
9:31:04 PM
Also ODH that was a first ascent, not done before.
One Day Hero
1/07/2013
11:02:39 PM
On 1/07/2013 D.Lodge wrote:
>Also ODH that was a first ascent, not done before.

Nah, I've seen that one before. Chris Webb ticked it ages ago.
dalai
2/07/2013
10:09:07 AM
Different finish...

pmonks
2/07/2013
12:58:07 PM
Cue ODiousH disparage bouldering in its entirety rather than admit he was wrong...

shiltz
2/07/2013
1:21:20 PM
When Chris Webb-Parsons repeated Wheel some years ago DaveJ commented:
> Just watched the video....Its a shame it doesnt finish out Amniotic World after doing all the hard work. I
> doubt it would add a grade but, tacking on another v8 and finishing up that pockety headwall would have
> to be the ultimate way to do the cave. Maybe if he's still around and looking for something to do with his
> spare time he should knock out another lap and finish out that way (Im sure he would have done it like
> that had he just given it a shot)

Is this what James does in this video? Very impressive piece of climbing in my opinion.

gnaguts
2/07/2013
4:00:31 PM
On 2/07/2013 pmonks wrote:
>Cue ODiousH disparage bouldering in its entirety rather than admit he was wrong...

Clearly I am not (insert rainbow colours here) AWSOME (end rainbow colours) enough for yoiur bouldering talent requirements.
Did you even watch it? I saw it and said the climbing was good. If you are not into cheap shots then tell us what you really think.

pmonks
3/07/2013
1:03:27 AM
On 2/07/2013 ODH wrote:
>If you are not into cheap shots then tell us what you really think.

Oh hai pot!! Luv from Kettle.

But seriously, here's what I really think: you're a [moderated by Chockstone Moderator]. Is that better?

gnaguts
3/07/2013
11:40:05 AM
On 3/07/2013 pmonks wrote:
>On 2/07/2013 ODH wrote:
>>If you are not into cheap shots then tell us what you really think.
>
>Oh hai pot!! Luv from Kettle.
>
>But seriously, here's what I really think: you're a [moderated by Chockstone
>Moderator]. Is that better?

Hai Kettle!! Luv from Pot.
seriously, you made me laugh, so yes, it is better.

When are you going to tick midnight lightning given it is almost in your backyard, with or without a film crew?

pmonks
3/07/2013
1:12:05 PM
On 3/07/2013 ODH wrote:
>When are you going to tick midnight lightning given it is almost in your
>backyard, with or without a film crew?

Bouldering is for wimps. Real men aid when in the Valley <waves furiously in M9's direction>
JDB
5/07/2013
9:39:02 AM
WOLD looks pretty cruisey, I reckon I could eat several bananas on route, a cup a tea at the lip, and a few mono chin ups for the cameras.

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