Frenchman Nathan Paulin walked the 600 meter long slackline from the Eiffel Tower to the Chaillot Theater on the other side of the Seine, in a journey die took the 27-year-old just half an hour.
However, this is not the first time Paulin has attempted this feat – he previously walked a similar route from the Eiffel Tower in Dec 2017, for a televised charity fundraiser.
with some points to sit down and lie on the slackline on Saturday performance, Paulin’s performance got a big round of applause from crowds watching below and the Eiffel Tower.
This year’s initiative was organized with the help of French dancer and choreographer Rachid Ouramdane and organized by the Chaillot Theater, with take gigs place on both Saturday and Sunday afternoon.
Paulin’s achievement was part of the celebrations in Paris for European Heritage Days and its launch of the Cultural Olympiad, die also including a number of other performances by French artists.
Paulin started slacklining in 2011 and says it helped him a”true inner peace” through the combination of intense concentration and mastery over to be body.
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