Chris Sharma - Defining a Generation • 6m 8s
In September 2005, Chris Sharma made the first ascent of Dreamcatcher (5.14d) in Squamish, B.C. Dreamcatcher is one of the hardest routes in North America, and it represents the current progression of today's strongest boulderers bringing their dynamic, powerful movement to bear on a new generation of bolted climbs.? Seven years later and this climb has only seen two repeats.
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Chris Sharma makes the first ascent of The Buttermilks' landmark problem, The Mandala. It had been tried for twenty years before Sharma's ascent, and is now a must-do test-piece.
Psicobloc – Part 2
Chris Sharma and Klem Loskot return to Mallorca along with Melissa Lacasse to explore new deep water soloing venues. After some close calls and monster falls, Sharma becomes a convert.
Bring the Ruckus
All the top competitors throw down in a no-holds-barred competition in Salt Lake City, UT. Featuring Chris Sharma, Liv Sansoz, Francois LeGrand, Obe Carrion, Steven Jeffery, Jared Roth, and more.