The 33-year-old snagged the third ascent of The Big Bang at Lower Pen Trwyn.
The German climber became the the first female to climb a 9a in the Frankenjura, Germany.
She is the first woman to climb a 5.14d in the Frankenjura, and the first German woman to climb the grade.
Eiter was the first and still only woman to climb a 5.15b.
This girl has fingers of steel.
It goes sideways and is never more than a few feet off the ground, but Sharma says this thing equates to more or less a 5.14d route!
With a month in the Fins ahead of her, Paige Claassen set her sights on Algorithm, a project she put down surprisingly fast. First climbed by Jonathan Siegrist in 2012, Claassen's send marks the first repeat of the route, proposed as 5.14d by Siegrist.
Claassen makes quick work of Idaho's formidable Algorithm (5.14d), claiming an impressive second ascent.
It was Choong's first of the grade, and an impressive third for Chanourdie!