The 5.14 crux is firmly situated in the no-fall zone, but that hasn't stopped many of the UK's best from having a go.
Professional climber and coach Neil Gresham's advice for training yourself to grip holds just enough, and not so much you waste power.
Brian Teale's climbing career spanned hard early rock climbs around Colorado Springs, big peaks in the Alaska Range, and classic ice climbs in Valdez, where he had been director of the famous annual ice festival.
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When the wall kicks back past vertical, the pump clock starts ticking. It’s all about getting to the chains before that alarm goes off.
On top of the sustained and low-percentage 5.14 climbing, the crux comes at the very top—the final four moves—while facing a gut-wrenching fall.
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