So, WE DID IT!!! We climbed 47 floors, 94 flights, and 1,034 steps. It was hard but we did it. There was NO-WAY i was quitting. It wasn't a matter of winning first, it was a matter of finishing that mattered. I am so proud of my team for finishing. It only took my uncle(in the red) 11 minutes to finish. It took my dad and are other friend Mike around 13 or 14 minutes, and it took our friend Deanna 23 minutes, and it took my mom and I 24 minutes. Trust me it seemed like it took forever, but it was such a great acomplishment, and I don't believe in quitting. I was so proud that I finished. There was also a lady there who had recieved a double-lung transplant last year and she climed the whole thing. I am also very pround of the fire fighters, and police officers. The fire fighters and police officers climed the whole thing, and they had to wear full uniform!! Airtanks and all. and police officers had to wear bullet proof vests and all. I am so thankful that they do this for CF. It means so much to me that they did that for us, and for CF. The winner of the climb, I believe the guy was in his late 40's early 50's. He finished in 4-5 minutes, and this is the huge part. He was a Fire Fighter, and WON in FULL UNIFORM!!! WOW!! that is impressive. I am so honored, and want to say Thank You to all of them for climbing, and I want to also say Thank You to my team. We are definetly doing it next year(oh, and training better before also).
(my number-I wore mine on the back of my shirt)
My team-from left to right(Mom, Mike, Rob, Dad, Deanna, and Me)
Before we headed down to the start line.