Imagine being 950 feet above the ground on a slackline, without a safety net. You’re only thought is to get across alive. The slightest wind will throw you off balance. A simple mistake can cost you your life. Do you have what it takes? Hold your breath, and try to get through the whole video.
On August 2nd, Spencer Seabrooke shattered the world record for the longest free solo slackline ever. He beat the previous record by 7 meters.
Much respect to Spencer, and luck to him in the future.
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