What a superb day at Frontline. Funny because it was supposed to be a simple bouldering "day tour" for 2 guys who just arrived in Sydney. Victor and Joe did not expect such a beautiful crag. This day was planned to be pretty hot (around 27 degrees) and we just wanted to play around with the classics problems of Frontline. I warmed up in few V3 (6a) problems, then the classic Pincer Movement V5 (6c) and then jumped on Paratroopin V8 (7b) to use the shade as it started to get hot. The problem starts with a traverse feet off and then mantle using crappy side pull. I was so sighted that I onsighted my first V8. I also sent Pockets Of Resistance V7 (7a+), which starts holding 2 pockets from a roof (see video below). Then we worked on the Sloper-Dan Milosevic problems. I sent the direct problem graded V5 (6c), and after few attempts I sent my second V8 (7b), Boogie Knights.