„Nova“ 8B+ by Jana Svecova (Holstejn)

As an intermediate goal while projecting Terranova, I decided to climb it from the middle, there is an obvious start in boulder Sedni si na kost (8B+) that after two moves leads directly into the second half of Terranova. The first two moves from boulder Sedni si na Kost could be a two-mover 8B boulder, the second part of Terranova is around 8B as well, at least the way that I climb it. I am not sure how hard it is the way that Adam did it, but I will never know as I am too short to climb it that way.

Will Bosi upgrades Nova to 8C

Will Bosi has made the second ascent of Jana Švecová's Nova, 8B+, at Moravian Karst, Czech Republic, and has given the boulder an upgrade to 8C. 
If the upgrade stands, it would makes Švecová's ascent of Nova the world's first 8C first ascent by a woman, and the fourth female ascent at the grade chronologically.

Speaking to us earlier today, Will said:

'Time-wise, Nova is one of the longest boulder projects I've had! I think compared to the Swiss 8C's I've done, Nova is definitely harder!'

'Compared to a lot, but not all, of the UK 8C's I've done, I think it's harder too. For example Isles of Wonder SDS (f8C+) which I downgraded to 8C only took three sessions, and is definitely not my style. It's hard to compare to the longer ones at Badger Cave, but compared to some of my Raven Tor lines it definitely feels more in line with the harder ones'.

source: www.ukclimbing