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    Default stair climb

    Has anybody ever been to the stair climb in seattle. I have a few questions. When you make it to the 40th floor does the clock stop while you are getting bottles changed. Also I am assuming that you have to bring your own equiptmen, but is there anywhere you can fill your bottles up because I am sure the airline would not like a tank with 2000psi of air in the cargo bay. I want try and beat last years funraising record for a one person.


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    Isnt there anybody that has been to this event!

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    Why don't you contact the event organizers in Seattle? I'm sure all your questions would be answered then, and you'd have CORRECT information.
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    I tried contacting them already, was just wondering if anybody here had been there before.

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    Default Try this.

    Maybe this will help...
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    I have done the stairclimb several times. No, the time doesn't stop while you are changing your bottle, although you can do the whole thing on a 45 or 60 min bottle w/o stopping at all. (if you're in good shape). Also I'm pretty sure I've seen Seattle FD there w/ an air unit for filling bottles. Good luck.....

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