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Re-Gram: 9 Dyno Photos

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Sometimes the holds are so far apart that even if you’re a hydraulic-armed lockoff machine, you have to suck it up and  jump. Here, nine airborne readers share photos of their favorite hops, leaps, and deadpoints from around the world.

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Levi Parchen goes all-points-off for the finishing jug at Lolo Pass, Montana.
—Christopher Gibisch

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I’m small, so learning dynos when I first started was a big thing for me. And to be honest, I’ve never looked back.
—Georgina Jackson

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Snagged this photo of myself on Deliverance (7b+/V8) at Stanage Plantation, UK, with a 30-second timer.
—Michael Hanby

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Brian Barry sticks the dyno on Icky Sticky (5.12a) at Forgotten Wall in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
—James Dunnet

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Josh Finkelstein makes the crux dyno on The Evictor (5.12+) in Eldorado Canyon, Colorado.
—Rob Kepley (@robkepley_photography)

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Me sticking the dyno on Shosholoza in Rocklands, South Africa, this August.
—Ryan Cosman

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In South Wales, UK, searching the Preseli Hills for the next great classic. The search still continues, but this 7a gave us a great picture.
— Simon Rawlinson

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Two-year-old Ben goes for the dyno at Moonstone Beach, California.
—Steven Hughes

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Thanksgiving week brought enough pads and spotters to attempt the Fly Boy (V6) dyno in the Buttermilks, Bishop, California.
—Wayne B. Marci

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