Previously, we have seen rollerman Jean-Yves Blondeau rolled down Mt. Tianmen in Hunan province, now the 50 years-old French climber Alain Robert scaling the world’s tallest steel structure, the Central Plains Fortaleza tower in Zhengzhou city, Henan province. According to reports, he climbed to a platform 268 meters up on the 388-meter structure, taking about two hours. China broadcaster showed Robert, in a red t-shirt and black tights finishing the climb to the applause of a welcoming committee waiting on the platform. It is not the first time Robert has climbed in China. He successfully scaled the 420 metre Jin Mao Tower in Shanghai during 2007.
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