Margo Hayes climbs biography again 9a +

Margo Hayes yesterday climbed the route that Chris Sharma had just started Biography (9a +) in French Céüse.

Just over half a year ago, American Margo Hayes wrote climbing history (LACRUX reported). She was the first woman to succeed in the route La Rambla the redpoint ascent of a 9a +. A week ago, Anak Verhoeven did it. The route taken by Anak, however, is a new combination. The degree is therefore not yet confirmed.

For the second time 9a + red dot committed

Margo Hayes followed suit with a second classic 9a +: In Céüse, near Gap, she climbed the 30 meter route Biography, Unfortunately, there is no video of the ascent of Margo and it is delicious to see Chris Sharma at a young age, here the film adaptation of the Erstbegehers.

Margo Hayes while commissioning biography

When Margo Hayes wrote climbing history

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Credits: Cover picture Matty Hong

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