Malcolm Smith burst onto the world stage when he sent the Ben Moon testpiece Hubble, the world's first 5.14c. At the time, he was just an 18-year-old Scottish kid that no one had ever heard of. But he trained for two years on an indoor climbing structure he built himself to mimic the exact moves of Hubble. Then, he sent.
Moon had first climbed Hubble in 1990. Smith made the second ascent in 1992. Check out this cool short of a longer film by Splinter Films about Smith's journey.