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And by crazy and fearless, we mean crazy and fearless:
He was just on Joe Rogan:
With thanks for the tip to r/climbing: “ESPN magazine may have only slightly airbrushed this full page picture of Alex Honnold.” Photo(shopping) via ESPN:
A top comment re this picture on Reddit: “From everything I’ve heard/seen of Honnold, he seems like a dorky, passionate dude who just wants to go outside and do his thing, with or without attention from the outside world.”
“Honnold trains for climbing using his own abs as a hangboard.”
“When Honnold climbs, it’s the route that needs protection from him.”
“When he pulls on a hold, he’s pulling the wall towards him.”
I think I kind of now understand how women feel about airbrushed magazine work…
I am sorry ladies.
Thank you! As a lady it is interesting to see the roles reversed, but still leaves me feeling unsettled. I would swoon more if it was a real picture.
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