British Crack Climbers

Two daredevil Brits have become the first to conquer the longest and hardest off width crack climb in the world. Due to the unusual width, fearless duo Tom Randall, 32, and Pete Whittaker, 20, had to squeeze a combination of body parts into the gap of 160ft monster Century Crack. The bizarre method of climbing meant the pair could only make slow, gruelling progress as they ascended the crack using their fists, feet and calfs to shuffle skywards.

Two daredevil Brits have become the first to conquer the longest and hardest off width crack climb in the world. Due to the unusual width, fearless duo Tom Randall, 32, and Pete Whittaker, 20, had to squeeze a combination of body parts into the gap of 160ft monster Century Crack. The bizarre method of climbing meant the pair could only make slow, gruelling progress as they ascended the crack using their fists, feet and calfs to shuffle skywards.

Two daredevil Brits have become the first to conquer the longest and hardest off width crack climb in the world. Due to the unusual width, fearless duo Tom Randall, 32, and Pete Whittaker, 20, had to squeeze a combination of body parts into the gap of 160ft monster Century Crack. The bizarre method of climbing meant the pair could only make slow, gruelling progress as they ascended the crack using their fists, feet and calfs to shuffle skywards.

Two daredevil Brits have become the first to conquer the longest and hardest off width crack climb in the world. Due to the unusual width, fearless duo Tom Randall, 32, and Pete Whittaker, 20, had to squeeze a combination of body parts into the gap of 160ft monster Century Crack. The bizarre method of climbing meant the pair could only make slow, gruelling progress as they ascended the crack using their fists, feet and calfs to shuffle skywards.

Two daredevil Brits have become the first to conquer the longest and hardest off width crack climb in the world. Due to the unusual width, fearless duo Tom Randall, 32, and Pete Whittaker, 20, had to squeeze a combination of body parts into the gap of 160ft monster Century Crack. The bizarre method of climbing meant the pair could only make slow, gruelling progress as they ascended the crack using their fists, feet and calfs to shuffle skywards.