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Spencer Seabrooke Sets World Record for Insanity aka Free Solo Slacklining

On August 2nd, 2015, Spencer Seabrooke broke the free solo slacklining world record, crossing a stomach-churning 64 meters (210 ft) across a valley 290 meters (951 ft) deep—without any safety ropes or harnesses. 80 more words


How do you spell FUN?

Well, I warned you guys.  Kylie was coming to visit the east coast so we were probably going to have a blast. AAaaaaaand we did!  When I’m around awesome people and having such a good time, it’s easy to forget how hard of a transition this move has been for me.  662 more words

How well do you handle pressure?

Spencer Seabrooke must be pretty good at it!

Spencer has just beat the world record longest free solo slackline, which means he has taken slacklining (which is hard enough) taken it 690 meters up a couple of cliffs in BC and then walked it with NO!!!!!!! 8 more words


Man walks across a slackline 210 feet above ground without a net, falls, and my heart skipped just watching

Spencer Seabrooke proved that he is a man without fear as he walked across a slackline for 210 feet without safety nets or a harness. It’s a new world record for slacklining, but it didn’t go all as planned as there were a few scary moments along the way. 46 more words


Viral Video: World Record Slacklining

A guy almost fell on a slackline but kept going and set a WORLD RECORD!

Spencer Seabrooke tried to set a new world record last week, by walking 210 feet across a slackline suspended 915 feet off the ground in British Columbia. 53 more words


This is certifiable insane. Spencer Seabrooke goes for the world record Free Solo Slackline in Stawamus Chief Provincial Park in British Columbia.

“On August 2nd 2015 Spencer Seabrooke set out to break the world record for the longest free solo slackline ever. 7 more words


Canadian daredevil walks 210 feet between cliffs to break slackline world record

WATCH (above): Spencer Seabrooke smashes free soloing slackline world record.

It’s not a feat for the faint of heart.

Rope walker Spencer Seabrooke walked across 210 feet of slackline, which was suspended between two cliffs in Squamish, B.C., to beat the world record on Aug.2. 377 more words