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The 34th annual Empire State Building Run-up turns what is normally a less than one-minute elevator ride to the 86th floor into a 1,576-step test of mettle.
Flights of stairs racers climb in the Empire State Building Run-up
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The classic, of course, is the Empire State Building Run-up.
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The 31st Annual Empire State Building Run-up kicks off in just a couple of hours.
Cheney is a Main Player in the Run-up to the Iraq War.
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The Times Continues to Understate the Influence of Feith's "Gestapo Office" in the Run-up to War
Run-up to the golden cheerio and he gets landed with this.
The annual Empire State Building Run-up, being held Wednesday night, is a grueling-even-for-the-elite-athletes trek from the lobby to the observation deck, floor by floor, up 1,576 steps.
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