The French-speaking Swiss climber Dylan Chuat is in good shape: in the Valais climbing area Rawyl he scored the two routes Super Finale (9a) and Le Voile de Maya (8b+/8c) within one session last week.

The Romand Dylan Chuat gets in Rawyl a good boost of motivation for future projects. Last week he managed both routes in the Valais climbing area Super final (9a) and Le voile de Maya (8b+/8c) within one session. Even the properly wet exits didn't deter him.

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Short work: Dylan Chuat repeats the Super Finale and Le voile de Maya lines in Rawyl. picture Remi Degenne

"I'm really psyched to try something really hard right now. I just have to find the right project.”

Dylan Chuat

"I'm happy that my form is coming back and that the tiredness is going away." It gives him a boost in motivation to have managed these two routes so quickly, according to the two-time Swiss bouldering champion. "I'm really psyched to try something really hard right now. I just have to find the right project.”

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Credits: Cover picture Remi Degenne

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