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Firefighters


Gear up for the Highrise Challenge! This special competition offers an incredible training opportunity, a fun morale booster and stirs some healthy competition among firefighters. The bigger the team, the better!
To be eligible for this Challenge, individuals on teams must:

  • Pay the $25 registration fee and raise the $100 minimum required.
  • Have 3 or more participants to form a team.

In order to qualify for these awards, you must climb the stairs in the following clothing and gear:

  • All equipment and PPE will be checked prior to beginning your climb on event morning.
  • Full gear (PPE/Personal Protective Gear)
  • Firefighter coat with liner.  Liner must NOT be taken out.  If taken out, you will be disqualified from the competition.
  • Fire helmet.
  • Nomex hood optional.
  • Bunker pants with liner.  Liner must NOT be taken out.  If taken out, you will be disqualified from the competition.
  • Fire rubber boots, fire leather firefighting boots, or Wildland leather boots allowed.  No running shoes allowed or you will be disqualified from the competition.
  • Must wear an air pack: does not need to be turned on. Gloves optional.
  • Firefighters will not be on supplied air during the climb. Participants are advised to arrive in clothing that would normally be worn for a cardio workout and to wait to change into gear until shortly before individual start time.
  • Firefighter teams who would like to participate in the Climb wearing clothing that would normally be worn for a cardio workout may do so, but will not be scored in the Highrise Challenge.
     

Firefighter awards:

  • Firefighting Fastest Team
  • 1st, 2nd, 3rd Fastest Individuals
  • Firefighting Largest Team
  • Firefighting Highest Fundraising Team
  • 1st, 2nd, 3rd Top Fundraising Individual Firefighters

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Houston, TX 2013 Fight for Air Climb
Top Fundraisers
  1 -  Sebastian Morgan ($2,107.00)
  2 -  Milvia Alvayero ($1,071.00)
  3 -  Michael Nibert ($1,000.00)
  4 -  Robyn Marchand Hillerman ($890.00)
  5 -  Samantha Childs ($695.00)

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Company Rank
  1 - Cancer Treatment Centers of America ($5,000.00)
  2 - Bounce Energy ($5,000.00)
  3 - HCC Coleman ($3,341.00)
  4 - RBC Wealth Management ($3,330.00)
  5 - Kindred Healthcare- Sugarland ($2,500.00)

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Team Rank
  1 -  HCC Team Coleman ($3,341.00)
  2 -  Sassy Stair Steppers ($3,330.00)
  3 -  Pulmonary Fibrosis Fighters ($3,257.00)
  4 -  Vinson & Elkins ($2,061.00)
  5 -  CrossFit H-Town ($2,025.00)

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