Man Breaks World Record For Walking Slack Line Solo Without Safety Aid

Slacklining, which is essentially extreme tightrope walking, is Spencer Seabrooke’s rush of choice. On August 2, he set out to break the world record for longest free solo slackline ever completed. The 26-year-old Canadian walked a distance of 210 feet while suspended 1,000 feet above the ground…all without the use of a harness or any other safety equipment.


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