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Published on Oct 29, 2007
This film shows fantastic human abilities in such a great sport as mountaineering. We tell you about unique competitions -- speed climbing to Elbrus Mount (5642 m, the highest summit of Europe), about facts and participants. The World record was fixed on September,14, 2006 by climber Denis Urubko. His result is 3hrs55min from Azau (2400 m) to the Western Top of Elbrus (5642 m). It's a really unbelievable time for everybody who knows more or less about mountaineering in general and about Elbrus climbing as well. More information and photos and results of Elbrus race 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 you can see on http://www.elbrusrace.com/index.php/en & http://www.facebook.com/ElbrusRace
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