Kevin Jorgeson Bouldering The Fly (V14) Video

Kevin Jorgeson Bouldering The Fly (V14) Video

Back in April, Kevin Jorgeson and Paul Robinson made quick repeats of Dave Graham’s Rumney, NH testpiece The Fly (5.14d/V14).  Kevin’s ascent was particularly noteworthy as he was the 2nd person after Jason Kehl to eschew a rope for the 20 and some odd foot tall route.

Check out this video from Tim Kemple of Kevin’s ropeless ascent that was shot as part of a promotional effort for an upcoming East Coast festival, Noreaster.

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6 Responses to Kevin Jorgeson Bouldering The Fly (V14) Video

  1. sock hands June 3, 2008 at 9:25 am #

    that rock always looks sooo dope. i must check it out sometime. i must.

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  2. tissuetendons June 3, 2008 at 12:46 pm #

    dude. best short i’ve ever seen. the editing was superb. like he watched kill bill 2 and then sat down to cut a video. massive “props” to tim kemple on this bit.

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  3. The Narc June 3, 2008 at 12:48 pm #

    Yes, the quality is superb. As sock hands pointed out, the incredible rock lends itself to filming.

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  4. kevlar June 5, 2008 at 9:15 pm #

    My new fav clip on your site! I got my temps today, hopefully that means ill be climbing soon.

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