Born in 1993, Adam Ondra started climbing at an early age thanks to his parents, who were also climbers. At the age of 8 he had his first 7b+ onsight and at 13 he snagged his first 9a. He entered the world cup circuit at the age of 16. In 2014 he became the first climber to have win the title of world champion both in the boulder and lead specialty. Flatanger, Norway marks two of Adam Ondra's (and the history of sport climbing) greatest achievements, creating the first 9b+/5.15c Change in 2012 and the first 9c/5.15d Silence in 2017. This year, Ondra spent most of his time indoor climbing and training in preparation for the 2020 Olympics.
1. First to climb Silence (9c/5.15d) in Flatanger, Norway
2. Repeated The Dawn Wall in just 7 days
3. Flash repetition of Super Crackinette (9a+) in St. Leger du Ventoux
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