Ghisolfi, Bosi or Whittaker: who is the strongest crack climber?

It's almost like being knighted to be invited into the Wide Boyz's crack torture chamber. Stefano Ghisolfi made a pretty good trap during his visit to the legendary cellar. But was it enough to grab the title of "the strongest crack climber"?

After yourself Stefano Ghisolfi on his first visit to Wide Boyz basement in Sheffield was allowed to get used to for the first time, the second session is (more or less) serious. Various technical challenges await the Italian climbing professional. It's about nothing less than the title "the strongest crack climber". Is able to face Ghisolfi Pete Whittaker and Will Bosi to claim? see for yourself

Video: Ghisolfi, Bosi and Whittaker identify the strongest crack climber

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