Spencer Seabrooke, is not your average base jumper or ski diver, but no doubt he likes his fair share of extreme sporting much like any other adrenaline junkies.
Slacklining is Seabrooke’s choice for an adrenaline rush, which is essentially extreme tightrope walking. He set out to break the world record for longest free solo slackline ever completed on August 2. While suspended 1,000 feet above the ground, the 26-yr old Canadian walked a distance of 210 feet, all without a harness or any safety equipment or net below.
Check out the incredible and gut-wrenching footage below.