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Hazel Findlay Rocks Down to “Electric Avenue” (5.13+ R)

For years, Findlay had heard about the perfect granite cracks in Bohuslän, Sweden, but only recently did she make the trip.

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 Teamed up with her friend and fellow Brit crusher Madeleine Cope, Hazel set out to see what the Swedish crags had to offer. Luckily, BD Athlete Colette McInerney was there to capture the magic as Hazel roped up for one of the area’s fiercest testpieces—the bold Electric Avenue (5.13+R).


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