Back in October, rock climbers Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds set a new speed record on The Nose in Yosemite, zipping up the most iconic climb in the world in a blistering 2 hours, 19 minutes, and 44 seconds. That’s 4 minutes faster than the previous record held by Hans Florine and Alex Honnold. In this video clip we get a look at the two men on the wall, as they’re making their way up. This isn’t some stylized, highly produced climbing documentary, but is instead raw footage captured on their way to the record. That makes it all the better.
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