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Tommy Caldwell has spent six years working to free climb The Dawn Wall, on the 3,000 foot El Capitan, in Yosemite along with his partner, Kevin Jorgeson.
Tommy Caldwell reports on Facebook that he has freed the last remaining undone pitch of the Dawn Wall.
For rock climber Tommy Caldwell, being a champion isn’t about conquering an opponent—it’s about conquering yourself.
Interview with Americans Tommy Caldwell and Alex Honnold who from 12 – 16 February 2014 carried out the coveted first traverse of the major ridge line of Fitz Roy in Patagonia.
With “the hardest pitch in Yosemite” ticked, and only two remaining leads to red-point
Tommy Caldwell is arguably the world’s best big-wall free climber, and he focuses much of his attention on imposing unclimbed lines on Yosemite’s iconic El Capitan.
Chris Sharma will join Tommy Caldwell, Kevin Jorgeson, and Jonathan Siegrist for this fall’s attempts on the Dawn Wall, a multi-year project to create the world’s hardest big-wall free climb.
Footage shot by Cedar Wright of Tommy Caldwell working on freeing the Dunn-Westbay (32/33 – 5.14) on the Diamond of Longs Peak, Colorado.
A glimpse into the experiences, obstacles and ongoing progression of Tommy Caldwell.