Melissa Le Nevé Repeats World’s First 5.14b

PlanetMountain has the interview with Melissa Le Nevé after she became the first woman to climb the first 5.14b in the world, Wolfgang Güllich’s Wallstreet in Germany’s Frankenjura:

I really wanted to try this route for two reasons: first of all because i really like the history and this route and with it Wolfgang Güllich set an important milestone in the history of sport climbing. The other reason why I really wanted to climb this route is connected to the its name, Wallstreet reminds me of Pink Floyd and their album The Wall.

Now we’re talking.

Posted In: Asides, News, Sport Climbing


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2 Responses to Melissa Le Nevé Repeats World’s First 5.14b

  1. Kris May 19, 2014 at 5:00 pm #

    “…first woman to climbing…” If you’re looking for a proofreader for your one sentence posts I can lend my services 🙂 Hard times are the best times, glad to give you some. Thanks for all the news Mr. Narc!

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    • Narc May 19, 2014 at 5:02 pm #

      Oof. Fixed. Thanks!

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