Notorious ninja man Spencer Seabrooke has reportedly broken the world record for longest solo slack lining walk. On August 2nd, Seabrooke crossed a 210-foot gap between two cliffs in British Columbia nearly a thousand feet above the ground — with no safety aids whatsoever.
Videographer Zachary Moxley used a drone to shoot the entire event in all its gut-wrenching glory. On several instances, Seabrooke falls, catches himself, and calmly resumes his walk. No biggie for a guy who dives between canyons for kicks, but my stomach was in knots the entire time.
source: gizmodo.com by Maddie Stone