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glassgowkiss

Young crusher, 12 y/o sends 5.13d

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Thanks for kind words, this vid would not be possible without help of a lot of people. It's kind of incredible, that he actually sent the route when I was filming. I am glad you guys liked it.

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Well done video Bob....like +++professional. Love your narration overlay. Suggest entering it into some film festivals.

 

The climbing gyms are certainly bringing some serious changes to the world. Some of these lil kids .....wow. Not just one or 2, there's a lot of them outclimbing the old guys x 10. Sweet that Rudy has a rope gun.

 

Thanks for sharing it too!

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BTW, it would be interesting to see if anyone could name all the routes (at least areas where they are) in this video? Let the contest begin!

(Naming Canadian Rockies or Red Rocks doesn't count- have to be area specific).

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I wish I'd started young as well - just have to make up for lost time, I guess. Same thing with music, would have been great if someone stuck a guitar in my hands at 6 instead of 16. Amazing to watch what the young can accomplish.

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That was well done! Thanks. Refreshing perspective. Awesome climbing.

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DREW!!!!!!! WHOOP WHOOP WHOOP!

 

Nice film Bob...but you didn't have to diss my internet climbing so much!

 

Awesome stuff.

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Might want to change the name, there was just a film called "I Believe I can Fly" at the VIMFF a month ago.

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Excellent work! The logistics and knowledge that went into the filming, behind the scenes, is impressive. Amazing climber too. Seeing him on city park was stunning. I was there when Todd Skinner was working it. I'll bet Todd would have loved to have those skinny little fingers :-)

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That was super awesome!

Thank you for sharing and kudos to all involved!

Very inspirational, thanks again.

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Thoroughly enjoyed. He is quite impressive. Would love to see how he approaches the same moves years from now when he has full reach.

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Was that Rudy?
Where???? Nahhh...not me...

 

And just when you think you know an avatar :rolleyes:

 

Mad props dude, its so nice to see that the little guy is still a kid- that swing was fun to watch.

 

Now if I could get my fingers in cracks like that :moondance:

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