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Isabelle Faus became the fifth woman in the world to tick V14 when she topped Amandla in Rocklands, South Africa, in 2015. [Read our 2016 profile of Faus.] She hasn’t slowed down since then, adding numerous V14s to her resume. Watch her climb yet another with her ascent of Creme de la Crumb at Mount Evans, Colorado, in the video above. The problem was first climbed by Griffin Whiteside earlier this summer. Daniel Woods and Drew Ruana have both repeated it. Woods praised the problem on Instagram. “One of CO’s best/unique hard climbs,” he wrote. Faus is the first woman to complete the line.