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Bourne wins climb again

10 Dec 2013

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To borrow a line from AFL commentator Anthony Hudson, he’s gone back-to-back-to-back!

Mark Bourne, the tower-climbing champion from Canberra won his third successive Eureka Climb last month and smashed the record that he set in 2012.

The elite woman winner was Brooke Logan who completed the 89-level race in just over 10 minutes.

There were around 2400 competitors in this year’s event who collectively raised $250,000 for charity partners of the club, Whitelion and Interplast.

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