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Vertical running: Elite athletes race up skyscrapers

HONG KONG — One of the most grueling races in the world — up a 484-meter-tall tower — took elite runner Darren Wilson 11 minutes and 56 seconds to complete. Wilson jokes that he must be “certifiably crazy.” Here’s why: On Sunday morning, Wilson and two dozen other elite runners were among hundreds of participants who sprinted up the interior stairwells of the International Commerce Centre. At 118 stories, the tower is the tallest building in Hong Kong, and among the world’s tallest structures. See also: 10 Really (Ahem) Creative Nike+ Running Routes Good luck to all my crazy friends who are about to run up the ICC. 484 metres is a lot of up. A photo posted by Bettina Wassener (@bwassener) on Dec 12, 2014 at 4:49pm PST Read more… More about Running, Hong Kong, World, Lifestyle, and Health Fitness

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Vertical running: Elite athletes race up skyscrapers

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