US News balance professionals cross the stadium at a height of 60 meters

19:00  28 september  2020
19:00  28 september  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Der Slackliner Jens Decke geht über eine 230 Meter lange Highline, die zwischen den Flutlichtmasten des Max-Morlock-Stadions gespannt ist. © Nicolas Armer / dpa The slackliner Jensdecke walks over a 230 meter high line that is stretched between the floodlight masts of the Max Morlock Stadium.

balancing act at lofty heights: extreme athletes crossed the interior of the Nuremberg football stadium on a leash between the floodlight masts. The group "Konnektonauts" had stretched the 230 meter long slackline on Monday at a height of 60 meters with the help of a drone. Spectators were not allowed in the Max Morlock Stadium due to the Corona crisis. Instead, the stadium employees pursued the daring venture.

Just watching was a thrill, said a stadium announcer. The balance professionals first had to climb up the floodlight masts and then keep their balance on the wobbly line. They secured themselves with a rope - which was also necessary: ​​the first runner slipped, fell about a meter and then pulled himself up again on the rope. Four men and a woman wanted to walk back and forth between the floodlight masts in this way.

Similar projects by the «Konnektonauts» have already taken place over the Sierra Nevada in Spain, the Lysefjord in Norway, the Tijesno Canyon in Bosnia-Herzegovina and in Saxon Switzerland.

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