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Tom Randall on V11/12 Roof Crack in England

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RAB athlete Tom Randall makes the first ascent of One Infinity (V11/12) in an obscure cave in Bathford, Somerset, England. The 24-move problem starts in a roof crack as All Elements (V11), then continues out left along a pumpy lip traverse. “It’s basically a link-up of all the cave’s hardest climbing into one mega-long boulder problem,” says Randall. One Infinity could potentially be one of the hardest crack-climbing boulder problems in the world.