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Slacklining

Can You Yo-Yo on a Slackline?

Can You Yo-Yo on a Slackline?

Stephen Robinson of 52 Skillz met up with experts to help learn two new abilities – slacklining and yo-yo tricks. The resulting video is a great bit of storytelling, and will immediately be relatable to anyone who has ever been frustrated by learning a new skill.

Across the Sky

Across the Sky

On 11/15/15, Théo Sanson walked 1640ft (500m) across a slackline strung precariously between Castle Valley, Utah’s Rectory and Castleton Tower. Camp 4 Collective recorded the death-defying feat. How do you even set that up?

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World Slackline Masters 2015

World Slackline Masters 2015

Watch America go up against Estonia in the ultimate battle for slackline supremacy, turning in mad flips, bounces and spins on a springy line of webbing. That trick at 3:55 was sick. We’re just glad they didn’t try it here.

World Record Free Solo Slackline

World Record Free Solo Slackline

Spencer Seabrooke set a new record for slacklining without any leash (or any balancing or safety equipment for that matter). He walked across a ~210ft. gap from ~950ft. high. Zachary Moxley recorded the feat with his drone.

Slacklining Record

Slacklining Record

Andrew Lewis breaks the World Record for “most side-surfs on a slackline in one minute”, seemingly defying physics as he bounces back and forth 143 times before (safely) falling from the line.

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