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Jakob Schubert – First Repeat of Bügeleisen Sit (8C/V15)

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Watch Jakob Schubert make the first repeat Nalle Hukkataival’s testpiece, Bügeleisen Sit (8C/V15)—Austria’s first boulder problem of
the grade.

“Obviously it feels amazing doing my hardest boulder so far, and a 8C [V15] boulder, but it’s not really the grade that makes me so happy, it’s the boulder
itself,” Schubert told Rock and Ice after his ascent.
“It’s a majestic line—tall, perfect landing, the only problem on the boulder, with just enough in-cut crimps to make such a steep wall climbable.”
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