"First Woman to Scale Skyscraper"
SIERRA BLAIR COYLE
Date of birth: January 30, 1994 (age 22)
Hometown: Scottsdale, Arizona
Height: 5 ft 7 in
Profession: Model / Competition Indoor Climbing
Hardest Boulder Problem: V13
About: Sierra Blair Coyle began climbing at the age of 14. Voted one of the Top 99 Most Outstanding Women of 2015 by AskMen, she has also been a World Cup Competitor (2010-2016), is currently a US team member, and was a two-time National Champion as a junior competitor. Sierra graduated in May 2016 from Arizona State University with a degree in marketing. She now enjoys traveling the world competing and doing what she loves full-time.
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THIS PAST MAY, Sierra Blair-Coyle became the first woman to scale a 33 story skyscraper, using suction cups that were powered by two LG Code Zero K94SGN vacuum cleaners mounted on her back. The building was approximately 460 feet high and situated in Songdo International Business District, a "smart city" about 40 miles southwest of Seoul, South Korea. All told, it took Blair-Coyle about 30 minutes to reach the summit, pausing once to swap out the 80V lithium-ion battery packs, Altough some may view this as a publicity stunt, the implications could have a profound impact on the way elite firefighters and counter-terrorist could approach the outside of the building. For more on highrise safety and skyscraper defense, please visit www.skyscraperdefense.com As to what's next for this super star is anyone's guess. But I'm willing to bet we might see her on the side of the world's tallest building in Dubia. To hear our exclusive interview with Sierra, please listen to the Podcast below and Subscribe.
"Given the opportunity, I would love to climb the Burj in Dubia, the world's tallest building!"
SIERRA BLAIR COYLE: LIVING THE DREAM, EP.1
This video provides an insight into the the life of Sierra navigating through various bouldering competitions and climbing the super sharp volcanic rock of the Hawaiin volcanic flows.