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Annual “Climb to the Top” race at Rockefeller Center

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Thousands of runners participated in the annual "Climb to the Top" up 66 flights of stairs to Rockefeller Center's historic observation deck.

The event raises awareness and money for the fight against Multiple Sclerosis. 

The New York City - Southern New York Chapter of the National MS Society said there are 10,000 people living with Multiple Sclerosis in the area. 

Sunday, runners raised almost $1 million for a local chapter that provides support services and educational programs for people with MS and their families. 

The fastest male Tim Donahue, finished in 7 minutes 52 seconds. The female winner Ewelina Marut, finished in 10 minutes 50 seconds.

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