WATCH: 360 Degrees of Deep-Water Freesoloing

Vice follows climber Blair-Coyle in Arizona

Oct 22, 2015
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WATCH: 360 Degrees of Deep-Water Freesoloing

The 21-year-old explains that deep-water soloing minimizes the potential for injury.    Vice Sports / YouTube

Vice Sports released the latest addition of its Moment series, which uses YouTube’s 360-degree viewer to immerse watchers in the lives of action-sports athletes, according to the series’ website.

In the third episode, Vice follows rock climber Sierra Blair-Coyle while she deep-water solos in her home state of Arizona. The 21-year-old explains that deep-water soloing, a technique in which athletes climb over water, without ropes, minimizes the potential for injury and opens up new climbing possibilities. 

Watch below—and make sure to use the mouse to switch viewpoints.

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