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Transient Atmospheric Phenomenon

posted May 17, 2019, 4:36 PM by Site Admin   [ updated May 29, 2019, 2:55 PM ]
The joke on our training team is that bicep curls are an exercise in vanity rather than utility - more important for no-try-july than sending projects. While that's mostly true, there are exceptions. Tim Doyle's Jungle Fever V9 is one of those exceptions. 

Tim is essentially the Ghislain of Squamish, doing countless visionary and difficult first ascents. He has two first ascents in Halifax including the legendary onsight flash of Horizontal Matter V11, which incidentally was also suggested at V9. The savage undercling start on Jungle Fever is at least 4 grades harder than the notorious undercling sequence on Tsunami V8 Jungle Fever might be a touch sandbagged...

Apologies for the blurry video - it was raining pretty hard. Climate change has compressed sending season to a short wet struggle against the elements.

https://youtu.be/fyfYOIYZgnA
The savage undercling start of Jungle Fever
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May 17, 2019, 4:36 PM
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