with Ben Hanna
Ben Hanna reflects on comps and repeats Lee Majors 5.14c in Arizona.
Balancing time training and sending hard routes on real rock is a tough balance for any climber, but perhaps no one has a harder time justifying large amounts of time projecting outside than World Cup boulderers. 
That's why, when American climber Ben Hanna, 23, decided to make a two-week winter trip to the Dry Canyon near Sierra Vista, Arizona it wasn't without some hesitation.
Watch as Ben puts down Nathaniel Coleman's multi-year roof project, "Lee Majors" (5.14+/9a) and manages some other quick ascents including Suzanna Somers: A Love Story (5.14b/8c) and Almost Famous (5.14a/8b+)

DRY CLASSICS - Premiered on EpicTV May, 2022

Watch the uncut ascent of Lee Majors (5.14c)

Read more:
Interview: How Ben Hanna Became the Athlete He Wanted to Be
After 19 days in Dry Canyon, Arizona, at the Celebrity Cave, 23-year-old Ben Hanna put down an impressive list of 5.14's.
With support from:
Nathaniel Coleman & Sean Bailey at the Crag
American professional climbers Nathaniel Coleman and Sean Bailey enjoy a day at the crag.
It's rare for World Cup climbers to find time for outdoor climbing amidst strict training schedules and indoor competitions. This film aims to capture that rare moment where two friends enjoy a casual day at the crag and make hard moves look easy.

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