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M’sian Tower Runner Soh Wai Ching breaks course record again in the U.S

He nailed it, again!
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27-year-old Malaysian tower runner Soh Wai Ching has once again made the nation proud by breaking the course record by running up 105 floors at Willis Tower, Chicago in 12:57 minutes. Congrats!

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Photo: Fb/Soh Wai Ching

In a Facebook post, Soh shared that he had broken the previous Course Record by a second.

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He also added that it wasn’t easy for him to break the Course Record after participating in two events at Michigan yesterday (Nov 7).

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Former Tallest Building in the World from 1974 – 1998 and super happy to have my name there as the Fastest Towerrunner running up the stairs!

Guinness world record holder

Soh is currently the No. 1 tower runner in Asia and second globally.

He was recently crowned the winner at the Empire State Building Run-Up (ESBRU) in New York in October and broke the Guinness world record by accomplishing the ‘greatest vertical height stair climbing’ within one hour last November.


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Cover Images via FB/Soh Wai Ching

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Editor: Sarah Yeoh