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Chris Sharma rock climbs naked

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Chris Sharma (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Chris Sharma, who is 32 years old, is 6’0′ tall and weights 165 pounds says that he takes advantage of any opportunities to share climbing with the world.

According to ESPN, Sharma,wants “to be an ambassador for the sport and raise the profile,” and scaling Mallorca was one to gain awareness for the sport.

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He also says that “One of the things that separates climbing from other sports is how independent and personal it is. With most sports, you either win or lose, but climbing is about your own personal experience. With climbing you can go to the most beautiful places on the planet and practice.”

Sharma has been to Europe, Asia, New Zealand, and South America. He says it is easy to find where to climb, because its just “Anywhere there is rock”. Which is pretty much everywhere.

To read more about Sharma’s naked climb, click here.

To watch Sharma in action, see below.

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