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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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The base anchor setup is influenced by the knowledge and equipment used in highline and slackline systems.
The 26-year-old computer programmer said: "We slackline all over the UK, with spots throughout Snowdonia, the Peak District, the Lake District, and anywhere else there's a gap we can walk across.
BSHARRI, Lebanon: On a hilltop terrace with horses grazing nearby, Qadisha Valley resident Tony took his first tentative steps on a slackline, a rope put up by visitors to Lebanon who specialize in the unusual sport.
Warnings: "WARNING: strangulation hazard"; "CAUTION: Remember a Slackline can be a potentially dangerous piece of equipment and can cause serious injury or even death", and other warnings/cautions
Watch a daredevil acrobat tackle a 70m slackline across the 'river', jugglers, stilt-walkers, workshops, sideshows, parades and much more.
Alex Mason teamed up with various photographers, including National Geographic's Keith Ladzinski, to slackline across a ravine during the August 21 solar eclipse.
Staff take the ropes while kids learn to climb and slackline. Saturdays through July 29.
With attractions like the Aerial Ninja Obstacle Course, the Foam Pit Slackline and the Parkour Trampoline Wall, CircusTrix invites closet warriors to push limits and get an adrenaline rush they can share with the world.
As atividades citadas na opcao "outros" foram: danca, zumba, slackline, futebol, natacao, mountain bike e treinamento funcional.