Crisis

FA Grade:

8C+

Date of Ascent:

December 26, 2014

Suggested Grade:

8C+

Notes:

8C/8C+

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Crisis, ~8C/+, by Nacho Sanchez
Ignacio Sánchez González, better known as Nacho Sanchez, has climbed what he says could be his hardest problem to date, Crisis at Crevillente.

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Ascent 2 of Crisis by Jonatan Flor Vazquez

Date of Ascent:

January 02, 2017

Suggested Grade:

8C+

Notes:

8C/8C+

Link:

Jonatan Flor repeats Crisis 8C/+
Nacho Sánchez did the first ascent two years ago and since then the line remained unrepeated. Flor climbed the standing start last summer and yesterday he did the entire line, his hardest ascent to date.

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Beto Rocasolano estrena 'Crisis por insomnio' 8B+/C en Crevillente
Yes, I knew him from before because I was close to repeating Insomnia, but the breaking of a song in the key step has left it unrepeatable. This break was due to someone who wanted to break it. It is still in the air that matter ... And not only breaking that, but many other more blocks, like Heresy 8B (I made the first ascent after a break by a climber), Infinite patience 8B + (broken but at least it does not change The hardness) and also breaking Crisis. That's why we had to work on solving the movements differently than Nacho did.

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Jonatan Flor repite Crisis 8C/+: "Un bloque muy físico y a la vez técnico"
La verdad que sí ha sido la mejor manera de empezar el año. Empecé a probarlo en junio de 2016, en un pequeño parón de competiciones y compaginándolo con los entrenamientos y en tres días pude hacerlo desde la mitad. Volvieron las competiciones y tuve que dejarlo. Tenía claro que cuando acabase la temporada de competiciones volvería para probarlo desde abajo. Aproximadamente he estado un mes probándolo, la mayoría del tiempo en los siete primeros movimientos, que para mí fue la parte mas dura y difícil de matizar.

Date of Ascent:

January, 2017

Suggested Grade:

8C+

Notes:

8-10 days over 2 months

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3rd ascent of Crisis, ~8C/+ by Alberto Rocasolano
Alberto "Beto" Rocasolano has made the third ascent of Nacho Sanchez' Crisis, ~8C/+, at Crevillente in southeastern Spain.

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Beto Rocasolano estrena 'Crisis por insomnio' 8B+/C en Crevillente
Yes, I knew him from before because I was close to repeating Insomnia, but the breaking of a song in the key step has left it unrepeatable. This break was due to someone who wanted to break it. It is still in the air that matter ... And not only breaking that, but many other more blocks, like Heresy 8B (I made the first ascent after a break by a climber), Infinite patience 8B + (broken but at least it does not change The hardness) and also breaking Crisis. That's why we had to work on solving the movements differently than Nacho did.