- A champion Pit Bull Terrier named Antara can run 12 feet straight up a wall
- Antara is from Mexico and has been named the grand champion in vertical wall climbing in the canine version of the Olympics
- Rafael Caraveo Saldivar, 36, trains Antara two hours a day five days a week
This gravity-defying pooch can run 13 feet up a vertical wall – and she’s got the medals to prove it.
Antara the Pit Bull Terrier is Mexico’s Grand Champion of Vertical Wall Climbing.
The incredible video shows the dog bursting onto the frame and leaping her way up a colorful four meter wall.
Antara the pit bull is Mexico’s Grand Champion in Vertical Wall Climbing. She can effortlessly leap up four meter vertical walls
As part of her training, Antara runs on a treadmill and practices hanging from bars
In just four large bounds, Antara reaches the top of the 13-foot wall and grabs the toy at the top.
Her owner catches her in his arms as she falls back down to Earth.
Owner Rafael Caraveo Saldivar, 36, trains Antara two hours a day, five days a week
The pup is the Grand Champion in the canine version of the Olympic games
The dog sprints up the 13-foot wall in just four leaps before grabbing the toy at the top
The pup runs on treadmills as part of her training. She runs up trees and boards chasing bait to practice vertical wall climbing.
As well as the vertical climb dogs compete to see which animal can hang from a bar the longest, run on treadmills the fastest and pull weighted sleds.
While Antara is a spectacular athlete, she really shines in the vertical wall competition.
Caraveo owns seven dogs, but trains just two of them in pit bull competitions.
Caraveo owns seven dogs, but Antara is his champion pit bull