Sacrifice 7c / 7c+ Franchard Raymond

Olivier Lebreton
crimps

Campus at the end of the roof to the right of Embellie Pulmonaire.

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  • Given Grades
  • 7b: 10.0%
  • 7b+: 10.0%
  • 7c: 50.0%
  • 7c+: 30.0%
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Climber: Stanley Selecky Author: Ivan Moreels
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Bart van Raaij testing the holds of Sacrifice
Climber: Bart van Raaij
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Jcomprends po - chouneas (26-05-2009 19:19)
Dans le descriptif il y a écrit sans les pieds, et sur les photos et la video les gens posent leurs pieds ou crochetent talon.
Il est ou le bug?
Jcomprends po...
La réponse... - drislove (26-05-2009 20:11)
Tu l\'as sur la photo, quand tu pars avec 4 pads les uns sur les autres t\'es pas tout à fait dans la même position de départ...
Jcomprends toujours po... - chouneas (27-05-2009 12:21)
Quand je regarde la photo d'Olivier Lebreton, qui a ouvert ce bloc, j'ai l'impression qu'il n'y a qu'un pad et qu'il ne pose pas ses pieds sur le caillou.
Quand je regarde par exemple la photo de Nicolas Altmaier, je vois une triple epaisseur de pads et deux pieds posés sur le bloc.
jcomprends po... zont pas lu la description?

Beaucoup de gens trichent en ce moment, dernièrement je suis tombé sur le blog d'un gars qui a fait l'insoutenable legèreté de l'être debout en zappant toute la partie surplomb ( donc le crux...) en sautant directement jusqu'aux plats de sortie, et qui s'est enregistré publiquement en tant que répétiteur...
Jcomprends po...

1 pad ? - miarioma (27-05-2009 17:26)
Effectivement, quand tu vois la tof d'oliv, je vois pas 4 pads empilés...En plus quand tu connais un peu le lascar, il a coté 7c+ tu comprends un peu le problème ! Maintenant que le premier croiteur acharné avec ses 5 pads qui a fait sale gosse de la même manière mette son avis à 7b, là c'est limite, un peu d'éthique merde !!!!
start makes the grade! - Anonymous (14-04-2009 16:09)
When you start on the second crimp wich Bart is feeling on with his right hand in the picture then the problem is probably not 7c+,but when you start on the lowest crimp with the right hand and then fall in the second crimp with left hand (wich Bart is taking on the picture)and then direct to the top the problem is definetly 7c+ in my opinion.
Conclusion:everything depends where you start .

Take it easy
Jan
method - Anonymous (14-04-2009 20:52)
Did you do it with the heel hook, or campus?
method - Anonymous (14-04-2009 22:12)
with heelhook and start on the lowest crimps.

cheers .
Start on lowest crimps without double pads - Anonymous (24-04-2009 21:49)
If I remember it well, Dennis and I started from one crashpad and made two campus moves (no heelhook) before dynoing to the top. That's one move more than Stanley does in the video on Youtube and Steelfingers. We believe the correct grade for this extraordinary problem is 7c. But grading will always be a personal thing.
stanley's way - Anonymous (24-04-2009 21:57)
do you think its easier the way stanley does it, Gan also did it this way and said its easier starting on the higher crimps
Obvious - Sacrificer (24-04-2009 22:20)
Start from the ground (double pads are cheating anyway) and take the holds you're able to reach.
Don't know - Anonymous (25-04-2009 01:00)
I can't say much about other methods than I used but skipping a move on a three move problem might change something. For me, the second move is the hardest (first move if you start from multiple pads).
As seen before - Gugusse (25-04-2009 03:15)
Like skipping the first move on Sale gosse. 7c from the mono, 7b+ from the bidoigt.
i agree - Anonymous (25-04-2009 13:17)
I agree there gugusse. so many people that the 7c on sale gosse by stacking the pads and reaching the bidoigt.
reply to Ivan.M - Anonymous (27-04-2009 15:32)
and if I remember it well. Bart and I started with the right hand on the poor grimp which Bart is touching here with his left hand (http://bleau.info/raymond/1134.html) and with the left hand on the hold which I think you call the long grimp. Then we campussed with the right hand to the grimp which Bart is touching with his right hand, left hand to a grimp at the left and finally to the top with the right hand.

We did not use a heel hook. Simply because I forgot to think beyond my nose.
Les pieds dans le.. - Bon pied (27-05-2009 16:58)
Faut pas exagerer quand même. Poser les pieds, c'est l'essence-même de l'escalade, les crochtages aux niveaux des oreilles y compris. De l'interdire serait une sacrée (et vilaine) convention. (Carnage et Big Boss se font no-foot aussi, mais chacun son choix.) Par contre, un départ s'effectue du sol, ou à la limite d'un (seul) pad.
Start where?? - Anonymous (25-04-2009 01:34)
Do you start with both hands on the long crimp, because thats the only one i can reach from the ground. The only way to get the right hand side crimp (lowest crimp) is from a stone or double pad. I'm 1.78m so i wouldn't call myself a midget.
Start where?? - Anonymous (25-04-2009 01:38)
Do you start with both hands on the long crimp, because thats the only one i can reach from the ground. The only way to get the right hand side crimp (lowest crimp) is from a stone or double pad. I'm 1.78m so i wouldn't call myself a midget.