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Séb Bouin Works Ondra’s Unrepeated Move (9b/5.15b) in Flatanger

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Sébastien Bouin attempts to link the last hard moves of Adam Ondra’s unrepeated Move (9b/5.15b) in the Hanshalleren cave of Flatanger, Norway.

“I come in Norway this summer for different reasons. The fresh air and good conditions. Friends of mine who are staying here and trying hard too (Adam,
Eric,..). The beautiful landscape,” Bouin reports. “But the real reason I come here is to try Move, the hardest route I’ve ever tried.

“This route is just amazing and typically my style. It’s 50 meters of a huge overhanging with the crux on the top. There are two 9a’s [5.14d’s] to link.
A first pumpy 9a followed by a bouldery 9a which make the difficulty. It’s difficult to arrive with this explosive power after the pumpy 9a.”