American Lung Association in Ohio is looking for challengers to take on the Rhodes Tower

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COLUMBUS – It’s more than a walk, it’s more than a run… go vertical for a unique challenge! The American Lung Association’s Fight for Air Climb offers a unique opportunity for participants to help put an end to lung disease while racing to the top of the Rhodes Tower. Walk-on registration is welcome! Visit for more info.


Novice and expert athletes of all ages are welcome to participate as individuals or on a team. Information can be found on Walk-On Registration is available at the event from from 8am-9:30am. A registration fee of $35 and a minimum fundraising fee of $100 (total $135) must be paid in order to climb.


The Fight For Air Climb Columbus is a competitive stair climb held by the American Lung Association in Ohio. The event challenges participants to climb 40 Floors (880 stairs) of Columbus’s tallest building, the Rhodes Tower. Participants help increase awareness and raise money for the American Lung Association’s fight against lung disease. Individuals and teams will climb to help fund lung health research, education and advocacy.

WHEN: Saturday February 20, 2016 at 08:00AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

WHERE:Rhodes Tower

30 East Broad Street Columbus, Ohio

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