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Honnold and Caldwell’s new line combines parts of several other routes—notably Leo Houlding’s 2000 route up to El Cap Tower, Passage to Freedom
La Sportiva athletes Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell attempt the Nose sub two hours!
Before Alex Honnold’s “Nose” speed record, and before Jonathan Siegrist sent “Jumbo Love,” the pair teamed up this spring for some training time — each working projects outside of their comfort zones.
Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell broke the sub-2-hour mark on the Nose (VI 5.8 A2) of El Capitan, a stated goal they’d been pursuing this season
2:10 – the new speed-record on the Nose on El Capitan, Yosemite.
Tommy Caldwell is a big-wall free climber, over 19 days in early 2015 he completed the first-ever free climb of the Dawn Wall at El Capitan.
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After all, climbing is not simply about performance, but about challenging ourselves again and again to seek out new experiences, new challenges and new routes.
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.