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Alex Honnold Talks to Jimmy Kimmel about Free Soloing El Capitan

Climbing history was made this June when 31-year-old pro climber Alex Honnold completed the first free solo of Yosemite’s El Capitan, scaling over a half mile of vertical rock without a rope. The completely unbelievable feat set both the outdoor and mainstream world on fire so much so that Alex Honnold went on Jimmy Kimmel to talk about the climb.

Normally I like Jimmy Kimmel's line of question, but it's annoying/slightly entertaining to have the world's best climber answer silly questions about mountain lions. Alex Honnold did get to meet 50 cent which isn't too shabby. 

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Dr. Mark Vonnegut Talks About Coming to Grips With His Own Bipolar Diagnosis
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