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In Spain, hundreds vie for the top spot at Tarragona Human Tower Competition

Building castells or human towers is a Catalan tradition that dates back over two hundred years, with every castell reaching up to 10 levels being built by a team of 75 to 500. An annual castells competition is held every two years in Tarragona, a city in the Catalonia region of Spain, and the next one will be in 2014. And we thought cheerleading was complicated.

Via Amusing Planet

Top of the Human tower
Top of the Human tower
Human tower (3)
Human tower (3)
Human tower people forming bases
Human tower people forming bases
raising people into the human tower
raising people into the human tower
pulling people to the top of the human tower
pulling people to the top of the human tower

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