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Daniel Woods Spins The Wheel of Wolvo (V15)

Daniel Woods has completed the second ascent of The Wheel of Wolvo (V15) in Mount Evans, Colorado.

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Daniel Woods on <em>The Wheel of Wolvo</em>. Photo courtesy of Woods&#39; Instagram. ” src=”https://d1vs4ggwgd7mlq.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/Article-Images/News-Photos/Latest-News-September-2013/dwoodsTheWheelofWolvo.jpg” />Daniel Woods has completed the second ascent of <em>The Wheel of Wolvo</em> (V15) in Mount Evans, Colorado. Woods reports via his Instagram account: “Such a sick line climbing the entire right side roof section of the<em> Evil Backwards</em> boulder.” </p>
<p>The first ascent of this 30-move, power endurance problem <a href=fell to Jimmy Webb just last week. Webb told Rock and Ice that The Wheel of Wolvo was probably his “first true V15.” Woods commented on Instagram that the problem was “very morpho” for him, alluding to the fact that the line was tough due to his size. “Had to climb tall to do this rig,” wrote Woods. “A mental battle to complete … Onto the next.”