While visiting Gemona, Italy, as a key speaker for the event Find Your Way 2013, Adam Ondra spent a day cleaning up abandoned projects at the local limestone cliff. In fact, Ondra managed to take down a futuristic line bolted several years ago by Italian Luciano "Chen" Cimenti. Named Nove G or 9g [creating a whole new french grade for the climb] as a joke for it's incomprehensible difficulty at the time, Ondra quickly showed that he is indeed the future by dusting the route in a mere two tries! Ondra considers the route to be a "difficult" 9a (5.14d) according to Planet Mountain.
Check out the awesome raw send footage below of Ondra sending Nove G (5.14d).
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