Keyword: 9c

Why Adam Ondra rated Silence with 9c

On September 3, 2017, Adam Ondra climbed the hardest route in the world with Silence (9c). In the most recent video post with Adam, he explains why he calls Silence...

Film with Adam Ondra on the celebration of the world's first 9c

On September 2nd, 2017 Adam Ondra wrote climbing history. He climbed the hardest route in the world: Silence (9c). The film about the first 9c route is...

Adam Ondra on training and future projects

On September 3rd, 2017, Adam Ondra wrote the world's first 9c climbing history. Not only since this historic day, many have been asking...

Why Adam Ondra christened the world's first 9c Silence

Last Sunday Adam Ondra climbed his long-term project Project Hard (9c) and wrote climbing history. After the successful ascent, Ondra took some time to...

Adam Ondra climbs the heaviest route in the world with Silence (9c)

Adam Ondra climbed his long-term project (Project Hard), the Route Silence (9c) today and is writing climbing history with it. This is the hardest route...

Adam Ondra in the 9c project: You have to see these moves

Adam Ondra has been hanging around in Flatanger, Norway, for a while now. He's hooked on a potential 9c line he's previously considered...


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