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slacklining

An extreme sport of a similar nature to tightrope walking, but which adds a second dimension of danger in that the walker must maintain his or her balance on a slack line (as opposed to a taut one), thereby increasing the risk of falls (and death).
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A BI T ROPEY Julian breaks slackline record at Mauvoisin Dam.
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Along with Pringles Xtreme, SPIN Magazine, FRS and Gibbons Slacklines have come on as sponsors of the tour.
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I wanted to do this because it looks like fun," explained 11-year-old Sarah Parsons, who had just jumped off the slackline following about her fifth trip across - using one hand on the shoulder of her mother, Leslie Parsons.
Zack Page, a Eugene oncology nurse, succumbed to gravity and jumped off the slackline somewhere in the middle with a loud whoop.
Daredevil Slackline Athlete Sets Urban Highline World Record Outside 63rd Floor of Mandalay Bay and House of Blues Foundation Room
As the kick off to the 2013 World Slackline Federation (WSFed) Slackline World Cup Finals taking place inside the Michael Jackson ONE Theatre on Oct.
Besides juggling, Grosowsky had taught himself how to turn and jump and kneel on a slackline.