At the beginning of December, Jakob Schubert scored King Capella (9b / 9b +) and La Capella (9a + / 9b) every few hours. In this video, Jakob Schubert shares the incredible day with us.
Jakob Schubert seems to be in the form of his life. In the fall climbed up during a trip Majorca the most difficult Deep Water Soloing Routes of the island at lightning speed. After a phase with less rock climbing and more training, Schubert has been back on the rock for a little over a week.
In the Spanish climbing mecca of Siurana, he climbed two extremely difficult routes within one day (Lacrux reported). Even if Jakob Schubert King Cappella (9b + on 9b) and La Capella (9b to 9a +), his performance is more than impressive. In this video he gives an insight into the day and shows the two ascent in full length.
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Credits: Cover picture Jakob Schubert