William Bosi set a new record in the Czech Republic. Within a day he flashed the Boulder Charizard (8b +), Fénixovy Slzy (8a +) and The Swirl King Sitstart (8a +, FA). And as if that wasn't enough, he combined the first two lineages to recreate Bulbasaur (8c, FA).
The 22-year-old Scot William Bosi is one of the strongest climbers in the world. With the first ascent of King Capella (9b + / 9b) at the latest, Bosi moved into the international spotlight. In this video the guys from Lattice Training accompany him and show a typical training session by Bosi.
A few days ago the Scotsman Will Bosi succeeded in repeating the Mutation route in the Peak District. This is the first repetition of the route since Steve McClure's first free ascent 23 years ago. Will Bosi upgrades the route in terms of difficulty. Once again the question arises: Do the history books have to be rewritten?
The Scottish climber William Bosi paid a short visit to numerous Swiss bouldering spots and climbed the most difficult boulders at an express train pace. The ticklist he presented is too good to be true.
She is 19 years young, only started climbing four years ago - and recently got her first 9a in just 5 attempts. Actiontalk TV invited the scene's shooting star to the BETA program and accompanied her on the Voralpsee.
At the end of March, the Scotsman William Bosi managed the first ascent of the King Capella (9b +) route. This video shows his first ascent.
The 21-year-old Scotsman William Bosi succeeds in the first ascent of the sport climbing route King Capella (9b +) in Siurana, Spain. If the level of difficulty is confirmed, King Capella belongs ...