Wanted: The "toughest" fireman in the world
Published on 5 February 2010
In 2005 more than 20,000 spectators witnessed this four-day event which drew 140 active participants to Hannover. The individual activities demand the utmost of contestants, who need to compete in full gear and give their all - and sometimes more.
Things are set to be even more exciting at the next INTERSCHUTZ, since a new K.O. system has been introduced: Two firemen will compete each time toe-to-toe, with the winner taking all. And at the final station, which involves rushing to the top of a tower, spectators can watch the two contestants' every move all the way to the top.
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