Zach Y:I taped up my right thumb for the start hold. Started with right thumb on the spike edge and index finger on the loose piece, left hand is kind of a pinch slightly higher. Right foot high right on the good foot. Left foot in the best spot low and left. After that it's just finding the lock off balance. I blew the left hand catching the jug and it was fine.
Ryan Mah:Looks like the starting block broke off, so you're forced to start with left hand on good crimp with a loose stone behind. Ended up matching on the pair of crimps above the start, then left toe hooking under the start to land the huge hold up and right. Bump again to a mega jug and fight the barn door to finish the climb on the right face.
Chris Wong:used a left toe hook to make the right hand move to the jug
I kept switching back and forth between the up-and-right beta and the straight out right beta... I ended up going up and right. Huge thanks to Crafty for the getting established beta! Everything worked out and surprised myself by catching the right hold. But.... The topout was wet which made things more interesting... Either way, got the job done!