Climb Chicago's tallest skyscraper for a good cause! Walk, jog or run up 2,109 steps to SkyDeck Chicago at the top of the Sears Tower. If you're not very light on your feet, you can try for the hand-cycle category using stationary hand cycles calibrated for resistance and time to match the stair-climbing experience.
Sears Tower (aka Willis Tower, begrudgingly)
Sunday, November 6, 2011
7 a.m. to 12:00 noon
You can register as an individual or form a team. Proceeds from fundraising will support the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago's (RIC) in their patient care and research. Registration details.
RIC is the nation’s #1 ranked provider of comprehensive physical medicine and rehabilitation care to patients from around the world and is the leader in research and development of the most cutting-edge treatments and technologies in its field. Through aggressive medical protocols, RIC guides the patient care process toward a better patient outcome – involving repair, regeneration, and recovery of brain, spinal cord and musculoskeletal function. More about RIC.
I'm excited for this new challenge. Stairs are definitely a completely different monster.