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“There’s very little in the Universe more gratifying than to watch your labors blossom into fruits, and then marvel as others turn it into something even
better. That’s what happened when volunteers, athletes, sponsors, spectators, representatives of the US Army Corps of Engineers at Summersville Lake,
rescue divers, medical personnel, and a whole film production team converged on the lake Tuesday, August 23, 2016 for PsicoRoc, the first deep-water-solo
climbing competition ever to be held on real stone in America. Did you miss it? No problem.

“Stay tuned. In coming months, we’ll debut a longer version that tells the whole sordid tale behind the most unusual competition in American climbing history.”