Highliner Walks Over City 240m In The Air


One man’s slackline 217 metre walk from one skyscraper to another, 240 metres high, is bravery and balance defined.

Alexander Schulz, 25 who achieved the record breaking feat in Mexico City, travelled from his Innsbruck home in Austria where he works and studies.

Clemens Augustin was part of the team behind the heart-stopping walk over Paseo de Reforma in Mexico which was the highest and longest urban slackline ever performed.

Clemens said: “As a highliner you are inspired by every gap you see, for Alex it was always a dream to walk between skyscrapers.

“We are a group of five guys who started slacklining as a hobby.”
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