Brian Capper, reusing the World Cup stadiums in South Africa
Brian Capper, reusing the World Cup stadiums in South Africa
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It is not the first time that the trial has left the obstacle course to face another of a very different style. In this case RedBull takes one of its pilots to South Africa, Brian capper, to pose the challenge of pass through its highest point the Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban, of those built on the occasion of the celebration of the soccer world past that brought so much joy to our country.

It would not be a great feat if it were not because that point is 106 meters above sea level in a 350 meter long arc that crosses the sports center from one end to the other. The person in charge of the enclosure says that they usually allow people to climb to the top using the thousands of steps installed for it but that they have never allowed anything similar. And there goes Brian, it may seem simple due to the fact that it has steps but as Capper himself comments that is precisely what complicates the task; such a steep descent can get complicated at any time.

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