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  • and you grew up in France.

    而你是在法國長大的

  • I grew up in front.

    我是在前面長大的。

  • What kind of what kind of childhood like when were you in the in the in the rural areas, Where you in the countryside where I was in the city.

    什麼樣的什麼樣的童年,當你在農村的時候,你在農村的地方,我在城市的地方。

  • And then I became a boy scout and starting to go, you know, a bit outside, discovering the nature.

    然後我成了一個童子軍,開始去,你知道的,有點外面,發現自然。

  • Okay, I'm in.

    好吧,我加入。

  • Cleaves and climbers are a weird bunch of guys, right?

    劈叉和攀爬者是一群奇怪的傢伙,對嗎?

  • I mean, climbers e mean, you kind of do your own thing.

    我的意思是,攀登者的意思是,你種做你自己的事情。

  • It's usually not the most social thing, right?

    這通常不是最社會的事情吧?

  • Europe on a rock.

    歐洲在一塊石頭上。

  • And I mean, you kind of tune out of society somewhat climber.

    我的意思是,你有點調出社會有點攀比。

  • Yes.

    是的,我知道

  • Well, maybe yes, a long time ago.

    好吧,也許是的,很久以前。

  • I was like that.

    我也是這樣的。

  • But you know, now I'm like, close to 58.

    但你知道,現在我就像,接近58歲。

  • And I am exactly the opposite.

    而我正好相反。

  • You know, I'm socializing with people.

    你知道,我在和人交往。

  • I you know, I do find interest in many things.

    我你知道,我確實對很多事情感興趣。

  • I can be just a guy going on the beach six o'clock in the morning in valley just, you know, looking at the waves and just, you know, being amazed by by my surrounding.

    我可以只是一個人去海灘上 早上六點鐘在山谷只是,你知道,看著海浪,只是,你知道,被我的周圍感到驚訝。

  • Finally, I can say I am seeing the world the way it is which, when I was young, I was far too focused on climbing on, training on, on being good, doing this doing that.

    終於,我可以說我看到的世界是這樣的,年輕的時候,我太注重攀比,注重訓練,注重做好自己,做這個做那個。

  • And then there's so many things that I didn't see.

    然後有很多東西我都沒看到。

  • Unfortunately for me, as I'm still in a good health, I can still see a lot of things that I didn't manage to see before.

    不幸的是,由於我的身體還算健康,所以我還能看到很多以前沒辦法看到的東西。

  • Yeah, all right.

    是啊,好吧。

  • I want to go back to Chicago really quick because I lived in Chicago for two years in the nineties.

    我想盡快回到芝加哥,因為九十年代我在芝加哥住了兩年。

  • I don't know when.

    我不知道什麼時候。

  • When did you climb Serious Tower in 1999?

    1999年你什麼時候爬過嚴肅塔?

  • 99?

    99?

  • Okay, I lived there about 1995 and I went up to the top of the Sears Tower deck.

    好吧,我住在那裡大約1995年,我去了西爾斯塔甲板的頂部。

  • First of all, it's windy in Chicago.

    首先,芝加哥的風很大。

  • It's cold, and the Sears Tower is the scariest building.

    天冷了,西爾斯塔是最可怕的建築。

  • I was up in the observation deck, maybe 106th floor 103rd floor.

    我當時在觀景臺,可能是106樓103樓。

  • I mean, it's a scary building, you know?

    我的意思是,這是一個可怕的建築,你知道嗎?

  • It's it's massive.

    這是... ...這是巨大的。

  • And you went to climate.

    而你去了氣候。

  • And you you at a point where you said I'm dead, right?

    而你你在一個點上,你說我已經死了,對嗎?

  • I mean, yeah, well, especially, you know, on that day when I climbed it, Why'd you climate?

    我的意思是,是的,特別是,你知道,那天我爬上它的時候,你為什麼氣候?

  • Because?

    因為?

  • Because it was there and I had to do it.

    因為它就在那裡,我不得不這麼做。

  • It's like mountains, you know, There there is Ah, I heard a long time ago.

    就像山一樣,你知道的,那裡有啊,我早就聽說了。

  • And because people they keep on questioning, why why Why are you climbing?

    因為人們他們一直在質疑,為什麼為什麼你要爬山?

  • And just because there is a mountain on for me, for me, the Sears was like, uh, like a mountain of glass and steel on.

    就因為有一座山在我身上,對我來說,西爾斯就像,呃,像一座玻璃鋼的山在。

  • It was so obvious that it was an amazing target.

    太明顯了,這是一個驚人的目標。

  • Was it the tallest building in the world at the time?

    它是當時世界上最高的建築嗎?

  • At that time, it was yes, right, OK.

    當時,是的,對的,好的。

  • And you had done your first building on Lee about four years earlier in 95 also in Chicago.

    四年前的95年,你在芝加哥的Lee上建了第一棟樓。

  • I also in Chicago at that time I saw the Sears and I just thought, fact, this building is totally impossible.

    我當時在芝加哥也看到了西爾斯百貨,我就想,其實這個建築是完全不可能的。

  • It's Carrie, actually, I went to the other three deck.

    其實是卡莉,我去了另外三層甲板。

  • I was looking down, although I was used to it.

    我低頭看了看,雖然我已經習慣了。

  • You know, I had climbed a lot mountains, you know, with, like, 1000 m cliffs.

    你知道,我爬過很多山,你知道,像,1000米的懸崖。

  • But, you know, building is different because you're having a reference point.

    但是,你知道,建築是不同的,因為你有一個參考點。

  • You can see the scale because down the road you can see the car Onda car in your mind, it means something.

    你能看到這個尺度,是因為下來你能看到你心目中的汽車昂達汽車,它意味著什麼。

  • If you're climbing Ah, Big mountain.

    如果你在爬啊,大山。

  • You're not seeing such a thing.

    你沒有看到這樣的事情。

  • So at one point you get trust.

    所以在一點上你得到了信任。

  • You don't know whether you are 500 m above the ground 1000 or 2000 because you're kind of lost.

    你不知道自己是離地500米1000還是2000,因為你有點迷茫。

  • But on the building you are perfectly knowing where you are because there's cars on the ground and it's so straight.

    但在樓房上你完全知道自己在哪裡,因為地面上有車,而且很直。

  • Let's see all the details.

    讓我們來看看所有的細節。

  • Definitely it is carrying Okay.

    肯定是帶著好的。

  • I love that scariness because I I just knew that Wow, I'm gonna do that.

    我喜歡這種可怕的感覺,因為我我就知道,哇,我要去做。

  • You know, the morning I was about to do it, I was even crying because I knew that most likely I was living my last few hours.

    你知道,在我要做的那天早上,我甚至哭了,因為我知道,很可能我是在過我最後的幾個小時。

  • Wow, I was crying, but I was I have decided.

    哇,我哭了,但我是我已經決定。

  • No way.

    不可能

  • I am not moving backwards.

    我沒有向後移動。

  • I'll do it.

    我會做的

  • How do you deal with the emotions?

    你是如何處理這些情緒的?

  • Say 24 hours before?

    說24小時前?

  • What's happening is Are you going up?

    現在的情況是你要上去嗎?

  • Are you going down through the tears are the tears of there were tears of joy like Yeah, actually, it's like waves, meaning there is moment which you are not doubting about yourselves.

    你是不是要通過淚水的淚水是有喜悅的淚水一樣是啊,其實,它像波浪,意味著有時刻,你是不是懷疑自己。

  • And there is moments which you are like pretty much down and then it's kind of difficult overall, I have always known that once I am into action, all of that I put it aside.

    有的時候,你就像很沮喪,然後它是一種困難的整體,我一直知道,一旦我進入行動,所有這些我把它放在一邊。

  • I am focused on the tiger is fighting and I make it.

    我專心致志,虎虎生威,我成功了。

  • I make it.

    我做的。

  • I don't make it.

    我沒有做到這一點。

  • It's not such a big issue.

    這不是什麼大問題。

  • Actually, you know, I've been living such an amazing life.

    其實,你知道,我一直生活在這樣一個神奇的生活中。

  • I have crossed more than four decades free soloing.

    我已經跨越了四十多年的自由獨行。

  • I still don't even know why I'm still alive, actually, because I fell a few times.

    我現在都還不知道自己為什麼還活著,其實是因為我摔了幾次。

  • You know, doctors.

    你知道,醫生。

  • He said, uh, your 1982 that physically talking.

    他說,呃,你的1982年,身體說話。

  • I was not going to be able to climb back.

    我是不會爬回去的。

  • You fell in 82?

    你在82年摔的?

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • This is 13 years before you climbed a major skyscraper in Chicago.

    這是13年前,你爬上芝加哥的一座大型摩天大樓。

  • Even the cliffs, Because a lot people are not knowing that I did amazing Cliff Free solo Super high difficulties.

    即使是懸崖,因為很多人都不知道,我做了驚人的懸崖自由獨奏超高難度。

  • Yeah, they called like 5.

    是啊,他們叫像5。

  • 35.

    35.

  • 13 d d d.

    13 d d。

  • Accept that.

    接受這一點。

  • You know, when I became idiotic, the journalists said, We don't care about cliffs on now that Alex Honnold with my friend has climbed capital.

    你知道,當我成為白痴, 記者說,我們不關心懸崖上 現在,亞歷克斯・霍諾德與我的朋友已經攀登資本。

  • Then it's like fuck what I did 30 years ago.

    然後,就像他媽的我30年前做了什麼。

  • It's my fucking legacy, Andi people, they start talking.

    這是我他媽的遺產,安迪人,他們開始說話。

  • But even even Alex Alex.

    等一下,亞歷克斯。

  • He said it.

    他說的。

  • You know, I am having transcript.

    你知道嗎,我正在做筆錄。

  • You did a very nice interview for my next documentary is going to be released and off March and what he said.

    你為我的下一部紀錄片做了一個非常好的採訪,將於3月發佈,他說了什麼。

  • He said what this guy did 30 years ago is mind blowing because his margin in between what it could do with rope and what he did without was nearly the same.

    他說這個傢伙30年前做的事情讓人震驚,因為他在用繩子能做的事情和不用繩子做的事情之間的幅度幾乎是一樣的。

  • He said.

    他說:

  • Look, I climbed the free rider, but my highest level with the safety Waas 45 grades above Free Rider, this guy, it was climbing at his utter limit with and without safety.

    聽著,我爬過自由騎手,但我的最高級別是帶安全裝置的,比自由騎手高45級,這傢伙,是在他的極限上爬的,不管有沒有安全裝置。

  • So he was giving.

    所以他在給。

  • He was giving you props by saying you were one of the best original free solo climbers except that the journalist nowadays they don't give a damn because I got hurt when I read some stuff because I'm just not only a guy with climbing fucking buildings.

    他是在給你撐腰,說你是最好的原創自由單人攀登者之一,只是現在的記者他們根本不屑一顧,因為我看了一些東西就受傷了,因為我只是不只是一個爬他媽的樓的人。

  • I did climb cliffs for 20 years on a daily basis, free swallowing art stuff five for in a B, C and D, which nobody has ever climbed that level of difficulties on then, when suddenly I was like, completely ignored.

    我做了20年的日常攀爬懸崖,免費吞噬藝術的東西五為在B、C、D,那時候從來沒有人攀爬過這種難度的懸崖,當我突然像,完全被忽略了。

  • Like people writing Oh is climbing easy building you know, movements are quite repetitive and bullshit, you know, First of all, I climbed some very hard buildings like the Sears, Like the Framatome in Paris.

    就像大家寫的哦是爬簡單的樓你知道嗎,動作很重複,很扯淡,你知道嗎,首先,我爬過一些很硬的樓,比如西爾斯,比如巴黎的Framatome。

  • Lady Franz.

    弗蘭茨夫人

  • Like the Blue Cross in Philadelphia.

    像費城的藍十字。

  • Like the Petronas in Kuala Lumpur.

    像吉隆坡的Petronas。

  • So not all of the buildings.

    所以不是所有的建築。

  • First of all, they are repetitive.

    首先,它們是重複的。

  • So it's just like people that are writing bullshit.

    所以,這就像那些寫廢話的人一樣。

  • There are totally non informed on it is really hurting my my worship.

    有完全不知情的人對它真的是傷害了我我的崇拜。

  • Why don't you want stop my wife?

    為什麼你不想阻止我的妻子?

and you grew up in France.

而你是在法國長大的

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