In his video blog, Magnus Midtbo presents a boulder in which coins were used as handles and kicks. The boulder was screwed by the Briton Pete Whittaker.
At first glance, it may seem impossible to screw a boulder out of coins because the coins are only a few millimeters thick. But believe in a suitable record and with the necessary technology Magnus Midtbo and Pete Whittaker because a boulder can be screwed and also climbed.
Anyone who thinks this is a waste of money: Plastic handles are expensive and cost far more than a coin. The boulder screwed by Magnus and Pete is the cheapest in the entire climbing hall.
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Credits: Cover picture Magnus Midtbo