Adam Ondra ist in Kanada weiter erfolgreich. Nachdem sein Projekt ihn immer noch vor Probleme stellt, konnte er mit „Honour and Glory“ (9a+)  im Echo Canyon bei Canmore eine der schwersten Routen des Landes „flashen“, aber erst im 2. Versuch. Die Route die letztes Jahr Evan Haus erstbegehen konnte, stufte er jedoch auf 9a ab. Was wir ja wissen, nicht so selten passiert. Also sei nicht traurig Evan ;-).
Adam meint dazu: „Honour and Glory. Amazing 45m line up in Collosseum, scenic crag high above the town of Canmore was one of the reasons why I went to Canada. One of the few 9a+ (5.15a) that looked flashable and I still had not tried it. Put up by @hauonearth last year, really tremendous effort to open and clean this line into this gem. Yesterday was a special day. @hauonearthand @miles_adamson was there to share the beta with me (thank you so much!), @bigupclimbing @bernartwood and @sonnietrotter were there to film this for @reelrock . I felt ready. I set off and I felt awesome, just flowing up the route. Yet very soon, at 4th bolt it was all over. I did not want to waste my energy drying up my hand after touching a wet hold, as a good hold was getting closer, and this hand slipped. I lowered back to the ground immediately, rested for a few minutes and „flashed“ the route on my 2nd go. As for the grade though, my opinion is that it fits more into 9a (5.14d) range.“

Evan Hau in „Honour and Glory“; Foto von Grzegorz Florek