The Canadian champ is proving he can do plenty more than pull on plastic as he is making quick work of some of America’s hardest boulders.
After sending Meadowlark Lemon, V14, on his drive to Texas, he placed third in the Hueco Rocks Rodeo despite blistering hot temps that would exhaust any Canadian. After the Rodeo, McColl climbed a new V14, Top Sirloin, and wrote on Sendage.com, ” This an extended start into Flamignon. You climb an 11-move V5 into the start jug, then just hug away. Climbs nice and now we’ve done the full boulder. The name is a reference to Cattelman’s Steakhouse. Jorg found the line, I climbed it first and we both had a Top Sirloin 14 oz for dinner.”
McColl then turned his attention to Too Many Martinis, V14, “Did “Too Many Martinis, V14, first try today. Figured out the reverse of left Martini with Jorg Verhoeven yesterday and was stoked for it today, 41 moves, and took me three-and-a-half minutes to climb,” wrote McColl on his Facebook.
Looking forward to see what McColl gets up to next.
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Watch McColl at the Hueco Rock Rodeo.