Video of Simon Lorenzi's first ascent of Big Conviction (8C+)

At the end of January, the Belgian Simon Lorenzi made the first ascent of the extremely difficult boulder Big Conviction (8c +). The video for his Fontainebleau test piece is now available.

Countless sessions Simon Lorenzi spent on this block, through the famous routes like The Big Island or Soudain Seul draw. With his new creation Big Conviction It is a combination of the sit start of the boulder Conviction and exiting The Big Island.

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