Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Walking on rope above a height of 457 meters

Walking on rope above a height of 457 meters
Nik Wallenda

ARIZONA - A man from the United States (U.S.) named Nik Wallenda, perform extreme action with walking on steel cable with thickness of 50 millimeter. The action was done at the height of 457 meters above the river Little Colorado River Gorge in Arizona.

Wallenda walking during 22 minutes to complete this acrobatic actionable. He walked slowly and had time to running when already reached the end of the rope.

Father of three children this is wearing a microphone and two cameras, one camera facing down and one the camera again facing straight ahead.

Wallenda wearing skin shoes to help and maintain balance in walking across the rope. Wallenda action this is broadcast live on Discovery Channel.

Extreme action of 34-year-old man this is not the first time, previously he ever crossing the Garnd Canyon when he still teenager. Wallenda already has a unique hobby such as this since 1986.

Wallenda is a seventh generation in his family who perform action walking above rope and is part of a very famous circus family, the "Flying Wallendas" with myriad of achievements which the death-defying.

His great-grandfather, Karl Wallenda, fell during a performance in Puerto Rico, and died at the age of 73. Several other family members, including cousins ​​and his uncle also has been died when doing action above rope.

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