PHOTOS: Four Castor firefighters took part in the Firefighter Stair Climb Challenge, supporting Wellspring Calgary

In total, participants went up and down the stairs of the Castor Beaverdome 50 times raising $2,120

Taylor Nichols takes part in the Firefighter Stair CLimb Challenge on July 25th. In total, Nichols and his three team mates went up and down the stairs of the Castor Beaverdome 50 times, simulating the stairs in the Bow Tower in Calgary, where the event is usually held. The four firefighters rased $2,120 for Wellspring Calgary, a non-profit that supports those struggling with cancer. Nichols completed the climb 18 minutes and 44 seconds.                                Kevin J. Sabo photo

Taylor Nichols takes part in the Firefighter Stair CLimb Challenge on July 25th. In total, Nichols and his three team mates went up and down the stairs of the Castor Beaverdome 50 times, simulating the stairs in the Bow Tower in Calgary, where the event is usually held. The four firefighters rased $2,120 for Wellspring Calgary, a non-profit that supports those struggling with cancer. Nichols completed the climb 18 minutes and 44 seconds. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Four Castor Firefighters took part in the Firefighter Stair Climb Challenge, supporting Wellspring Calgary. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the facility being used was not open to the public, but the members did have the support of their families and brother firefighters to climb the 50 floors.

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Taylor Nichols takes part in the Firefighter Stair CLimb Challenge on July 25th. In total, Nichols and his three team mates went up and down the stairs of the Castor Beaverdome 50 times, simulating the stairs in the Bow Tower in Calgary, where the event is usually held. The four firefighters rased $2,120 for Wellspring Calgary, a non-profit that supports those struggling with cancer. Nichols completed the climb 18 minutes and 44 seconds.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Firefighter Brad Plehnert is cheered on by his son as he went up and down the arena stairs 50 times on July 25th raising money for Wellspring Calgary. He wore full bunker gear and an air pack as he did the climb, finishing in 17 minutes and 32 seconds. The team raised $2120, surpassing their goal of $2,000.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

The team of Castor Fire Fighters taking part in the Firefighter Stair Climb Challenge was captained by Firefighter Sean Baldwin, who completed the 50 flights of stairs in 17 minutes and five seconds.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Fastest time of the day for climbing the 50 flights of stairs went to Stephen Rayfield, who completed the task in 16 minutes and 24 seconds. The climb took place at the Castor Beaverdome on July 25th.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Castor Volunteer Firefighters Taylor Nichols, Stephen Rayfield, Sean Baldwin, and Brad Plehnert took part in the Firefighter Stair Climb Challenge on July 25th.

Kevin J Sabo photo

In total, participants went up and down the stairs of the Castor Beaverdome 50 times raising $2,120

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Firefighter Brad Plehnert is cheered on by his son as he went up and down the arena stairs 50 times on July 25th raising money for Wellspring Calgary. He wore full bunker gear and an air pack as he did the climb, finishing in 17 minutes and 32 seconds. The team raised $2120, surpassing their goal of $2,000.                                Kevin J. Sabo photo

Firefighter Brad Plehnert is cheered on by his son as he went up and down the arena stairs 50 times on July 25th raising money for Wellspring Calgary. He wore full bunker gear and an air pack as he did the climb, finishing in 17 minutes and 32 seconds. The team raised $2120, surpassing their goal of $2,000. Kevin J. Sabo photo

The team of Castor Fire Fighters taking part in the Firefighter Stair Climb Challenge was captained by Firefighter Sean Baldwin, who completed the 50 flights of stairs in 17 minutes and five seconds.                                Kevin J. Sabo photo

The team of Castor Fire Fighters taking part in the Firefighter Stair Climb Challenge was captained by Firefighter Sean Baldwin, who completed the 50 flights of stairs in 17 minutes and five seconds. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Fastest time of the day for climbing the 50 flights of stairs went to Stephen Rayfield, who completed the task in 16 minutes and 24 seconds. The climb took place at the Castor Beaverdome on July 25th.                                Kevin J. Sabo photo

Fastest time of the day for climbing the 50 flights of stairs went to Stephen Rayfield, who completed the task in 16 minutes and 24 seconds. The climb took place at the Castor Beaverdome on July 25th. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Castor Volunteer Firefighters Taylor Nichols, Stephen Rayfield, Sean Baldwin, and Brad Plehnert took part in the Firefighter Stair Climb Challenge on July 25th.                                Kevin J Sabo photo

Castor Volunteer Firefighters Taylor Nichols, Stephen Rayfield, Sean Baldwin, and Brad Plehnert took part in the Firefighter Stair Climb Challenge on July 25th. Kevin J Sabo photo

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