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A participant of the Jailbreak El Paso climbs over

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A participant of the Jailbreak El Paso climbs over

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A participant of the Jailbreak El Paso climbs over the tire wall during the 3.1-mile obstacle course at Ascarate Park, April 13. The tire climb was one of 18 obstacles at the Jailbreak.

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13/04/2013
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