Highline world record set in Moscow

On September 7 and 8, seven athletes from Russia, Germany, France and Canada set a new world highline record. The result will be entered in the Guinness Book of Records.

Highline world record set in Moscow

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Athletes - Friede Kuhne, Nathan Paulin, Mia Noblet, Maxim Kagin, Alexander Gribanov , Gennady Skripko and Vladimir Murzaev - walked along the line stretched between the metropolitan skyscrapers OKO and Neva Towers. They overcame 245 meters at an altitude of 350 meters above Moscow (this is 103 meters higher than the previous record set by Alexander Schulz in Mexico City).

Athletes overcame the test with insurance. How it was:



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