On April 19 Nathan Paulin and Danny Menšík set a world record when they walked over 1 kilometer across a slackline strung between two peaks over 1,800 feet off the ground. It took the two men and their team of helpers two days to string up the slackline using drones to ferry fishing line between the two peaks to help haul the line across the gap. In the end they spent five hours pulling ropes across to rig up the line for their record setting attempt. Paulin took one hour and 15 minutes to cross, and Menšík a brief 40 minutes.
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