Lynn Hill is a living legend. Few have accomplished an athletic feat more than a
decade before anyone else - man or woman. In 1994, Lynn changed the definition of
what is possible in rock climbing with her first free ascent of the most famous big
wall climb in the world called The Nose on El Capitan in Yosemite Valley, California.
To this day fewer than five people have free climbed the iconic route. Over her
career, she has won more than 30 international competitions, including five times at
the Arco Rock Master, the Wimbledon of competitive climbing. Recognized as one of the
best climbers of all time, she has been a guest at the White House and has stared in
numerous films, books and TV shows.
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