Awaiting the start of the Empire State Building Run-Up Powered by the MMRF, runners have 1,576 ominous steps in front of them. Even if they’re experienced at tower racing, as it’s known, they have to be ready for anything. This is a race for the adventurous, whether they’ve been practicing for stair-climbs around the world or they’re trying this quirky event for the first time.
Australians dominated the 36th-annual Empire State Building Run-Up Powered by the MMRF, claiming the top two spots in both the men’s and women’s elite races.
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