Video: Nacho Sanchez sending El Indomable 8C/+ | V15/16

Here’s a short and sweet video covering Nacho Sanchez’s ascent of El Indomable, a super hard line opened by Alberto Rocasolano and considered by Sanchez to be one of the hardest he’s ever climbed.

Nacho Sanchez repeats El Indomable, the hardest problem in Spain

Spanish climber Nacho Sanchez has pulled off the first repetition of Alberto Rocasolano’s El Indomable, calling it “a very hard 8C” and “the hardest problem I’ve ever climbed“. The line was opened as an 8C+ | V16 by Rocasolano back in October.

Jonatan Flor repeats Crisis 8C/+

Spanish bouldering champion Jonatan Flor has started 2017 on a very good note, repeating Nacho Sanchez’ Crisis, a really hard roof problem graded 8C/+ (V15/16).

Ignacio Mulero repeats Entropía 8C | V15

Spanish climber Ignacio Mulero has pulled off the third ascent of Nacho Sánchez’ Entropía, which back in 2011 was Spain’s first 8C | V15 proposal.

Nacho Sánchez – Gabo 8B+

Spanish boulderer Nacho Sánchez has just added another hard problem to Spain’s granite paradise of La Pedriza. Gabo (8B+ | V14) climbs the side of a prow, starting almost as a roof. It offers just a few crimps that must be used for hands and feet, requiring very high heel-hooking and big crossing moves.

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Nacho Sánchez in Rocklands

Spanish boulderer Nacho Sánchez is having a very productive season on rock, including a new 8C proposal in Spain and an impressive ticklist during his visit to Rocklands (where he repeated Monkey Wedding, 8C | V15).

Nacho Sánchez ticks off ‘Crisis’ 8C/+

Spanish boulderer Nacho Sánchez has sent his long-term project Crisis, in his own words, his hardest ascent ever. Located in Crevillente (south-east Spain), Crisis is a long problem that traverses a massive roof requiring power, resistance and tons of body tension.

Get ready for the PsicoComp!

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Tomorrow, the Utah Olympic Park hosts the second edition of the Psico Bloc Masters, the world biggest Deep Water Soloing (aka psicobloc) competition. The impressive (15 meters tall!) wall will be climbed by stars like Daniel Woods, Chris Sharma, Sasha Digiulian or Ashima Shiraishi.

Red Bull Creepers – Chris Sharma still rules

Last weekend in Puente la Reina, Spain, Chris Sharma proved once again that he’s the master of psicobloc, a.k.a. deep water soloing. The American won the Red Bull Creepers competition against some of the most talented climbers out there, including big stars like Nalle Hukkataival and Rustam Gelmanov.

The 8B Flashers Club

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To join The 8B Flashers Club you must have flashed at least one boulder problem that, at that very moment, was considered 8B | V13 or harder.