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Tom O'Halloran Becomes First Australian to Climb 5.14d

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Watch Tom O’Halloran claim the first ascent of Baker’s Dozen (35/5.14d) at The Pit in Australia’s Blue Mountains.

Baker’s Dozen is the 5.14d to be climbed by an Australian, and also one of the hardest routes in Australia. Two other contenders come from Alex Megos, who claimed the first ascents of Retired, Extremely Dangerous (5.14d), and Schweinebaumeln (5.14d) in 2013 and 2015 respectively.