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04/12/2016
19:14
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Alexander Schultz walks on a wire between two corporate buildings in Mexico City at 246 meters from the ground

German slackliner, Alexander Schulz, set a new highline record by walking on a wire between two corporate buildings, The BBVA Bancomer Tower and the Reforma Tower, earlier today in Mexico City.

This form of elevated slacklining requires highliners to walk at very great heights on various natural and urban locations. 25-year-old Schulz has practiced this type of sport since June 2010 and broke both world records in waterlining and highlining, respectively.

Schulz adventurous effort in Mexico City started today just before noon when he crossed, barefoot, the 217-meter nylon line between The BBVA Bancomer Tower and the Reforma Tower, at 246 meters from the ground of Mexico City’s business sector.

With today’s feat Alexander Schulz broke another highlining record both distance and height-wise. 

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