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HONG KONG, CHINA: Athletes race the 100-meter track up the side of a skyscraper during the preliminary heats of the world's first track event in Hong Kong, 14 August 2004. The event dubbed 'Impossible is nothing' sponsored by one of the world's leading rubber shoes maker Adidas, tests the limits of athleticism and the challenges pre-conceived notions of the limits of the physical world. Around forty athletes joined the competition in Hong Kong which was simultaneoulsy held in Osaka Japan. Finals in Hong Kong will be held 22 August with the champion receiving 10, 000 USD prize. AFP PHOTO/TED ALJIBE (Photo credit should read TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images)
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HONG KONG, CHINA: Athletes race the 100-meter track up the side of a skyscraper during the preliminary heats of the world's first track event in Hong Kong, 14 August 2004. The event dubbed 'Impossible is nothing' sponsored by one of the world's leading rubber shoes maker Adidas, tests the limits of athleticism and the challenges pre-conceived notions of the limits of the physical world. Around forty athletes joined the competition in Hong Kong which was simultaneoulsy held in Osaka Japan. Finals in Hong Kong will be held 22 August with the champion receiving 10, 000 USD prize. AFP PHOTO/TED ALJIBE (Photo credit should read TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images)
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