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Speed climber takes on lift in six-storey vertical sprint … and wins

Polish speed climber Marcin Dzienski beat an unlikely opponent in his latest race – racing up a 23m wall in just 12.12 seconds to prove he is officially faster than a lift. 
The 26-year-old, who was world speed climbing champion in 2016, clambered up a specially constructed six-storey wall the Olympic Centre in Warsaw to complete the stunt. Speed climbing is one of three ‘sport climbing’ disciplines that will feature at next year’s Olympics
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    SPIDERMAN?! IS THAT YOU?!

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    somejudoguy mchugh

    Haha that's funny, I'd like to see the speed climber take on 6 passengers, and still win.
    I have the utmost respect for their training and dedication to their sport, but, in my own opinion, Speed climbing is boring, the same every time.

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