Tanzanian Mountain Guide to break World Record of the Fastest Climb of Mount Kilimanjaro


    anyone has ever told you that you could not attain great peaks in your
    life, tell them about Julio Ludago. Julio is the Tanzanian Mountain
    Guide who believes he can break the current World Record of the fastest
    climb of Mount Kilimanjaro less than 6 hours 56 minutes and 24 seconds.

    Julio’s great climb is on Sunday,
    September 27 and technology giant, Intel will be supporting Julio’s climb with
    the Intel Basis Peak, a wearable smart watch that automatically monitors,
    measures and displays the heart rate without need for a chest strap; and the
    Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi powered by Intel Core M processor, a very light
    and thin tablet that has been helping Julio prepare for his climb by tracking
    weather conditions and recording his journey through photos and videos.
    You can participate in Julio’s
    adventure by sending him a message of support and predicting how long his climb
    will take. What is more? If you do this, you stand a chance of winning prizes
    from Intel and Asus.
    Here are the RULES: Comment on the
    Intel Nigeria Facebook page OR @IntelWestAfrica Twitter handle between the
    Monday, September 21 to the Sunday, September 27 with a message of support for
    Julio and your prediction on how long you think it will take him to go up and
    down the mountain (e.g. 5 hours, 40 minutes and 03 seconds). 
    All entries for the competition MUST
    contain the hashtag #TheClimbAfrica to qualify.
    At the end of the climb, Julio’s
    final time will be revealed. Winners will be announced on Tuesday, September
    29, 2015 and the two people with the closest time guesses will win.
    First prize is an Intel-powered Asus
    Transformer Book T100, while the Second prize is an Intel-powered Asus Fonepad.

    Our prediction is 5 hours 23 minutes
    and 41 seconds. What’s yours??


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