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Adam Ondra’s First Tries on “Perfecto Mundo” (5.15c)

Adam Ondra tries Perfecto Mundo (9b+/5.15c) is a route in Margalef, Catalonia, Spain. It was bolted by Chris Sharma, first ascended by Alex Megos in 2018. It has received repetitions by Stefano Ghisolfi and Jakob Schubert.

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Writes Ondra, “Perfecto Mundo (9b+/5.15c) is a route in Margalef, Catalonia, Spain. It was bolted by Chris Sharma, first ascended by Alex Megos in 2018. It has received repetitions by Stefano Ghisolfi and Jakob Schubert.

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“The following video shows me on my first two days of working out this route, getting to know its intricacies and its massive endurance. The route is… perfect, indeed! It is massive and it has a lot of hard moves in a row with very little rest in between. It still feels very intimidating, yet it feels possible.”