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Lift off! Polish Speed climber beats lift in race

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Lift off! Polish Speed climber beats lift in race

Lift off! Polish Speed climber beats lift in race

Poland's 2016 world speed climbing champion Marcin Dzienski beats a lift in 12.12 seconds

SHOWS: WARSAW, POLAND (AUGUST 29, 2019) (RED BULL CONTENT POOL - SEE RESTRICTIONS) 1.

DZIENSKI RACING THE LIFT 2.

INTERNAL CAMERA VIEW OF THE RACE 3.

POV FOOTAGE OF THE RACE 4.

DURING THE RACE STORY: Poland's 2016 world speed climbing champion Marcin Dzienski took just 12.12 seconds to beat a lift up 23 metres in Warsaw.

Dzienski is one of the world's best speed climbers and his sport is increasing in popularity ahead of it's Olympic debut in Tokyo in 2020.

In this stunt he raced an illuminated elevator on the outside of the Westin Hotel in Warsaw, beating it to the top in a tightly fought contest.




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