Alex Megos climbing video uncut

The uncut videos of Alex Megos | 2021 hardest ascents

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The uncut videos of Alex Megos 2021 hardest ascents. Alex Megos did not have a good performance in the Tokyo Olympic Games. He failed to make it to the top 10 spots and missed out on the first-ever Olympic Men’s Combined finals. However, 2021 was still a great year for Alex Megos as he had been on a 9+ grade send train the entire year. Checking off some of the hardest climbs in Europe one after another. Let’s take a look at the uncut videos of Alex Megos 2021 hardest ascents.

La Capella, Siurana, Spain

William Bosi made the FA for La Capella 9b and Alex Megos repeated the route in December of 2021. Shortly after, Jakob Schubert climbed the route and downgraded La Capella to 9a+.

La Capella, Siurana, Spain

Kulebras Gemelas, Margalef, Spain

Megos made the FA of Kulebras Gemelas 9a in Margalef, Spain.

Kulebras Gemelas, Margalef, Spain

Furia De Jabali, Siurana, Spain

William Bosi made the FA of Furia De Jabali 9b in April 2021. Alex Megos repeated the route a few months later.

Furia De Jabali, Siurana, Spain

King Capella, Siurana, Spain

King Capella 9b+ is another route FA by William Bosi in March of 2020. Alex Megos made the second ascent in November of 2021 after spending 9 days working on it. Jakob Schubert completed the third ascent in December shortly after and downgraded the route to 9b.

King Capella, Siurana, Spain

Wunderheiler, Schneiderloch, Frankenjura

Wunderheiler 9a+

Wunderheiler, Schneiderloch, Frankenjura

Intermezzo, Plombergstein, Austria

Alex Megos flashed Intermezzo 9a.

Intermezzo, Plombergstein, Austria

“Et pour quelques dégaines de plus” St. Léger, France

Et pour quelques dégaines de plus 9a+.

“Et pour quelques dégaines de plus” St. Léger, France

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