Frenchman Nathan Paulin walked the 600-meter slackline from the Eiffel Tower to the Chaillot Theater on the other side of the Seine, in a vacation that took the 27-12 months-aged just 50 percent an hour.
Having said that, this is not the initial time Paulin has tried this feat — he beforehand walked a identical route from the Eiffel Tower in December 2017, for a televised charity fundraiser.
At some details sitting down and lying on the slackline in the course of Saturday’s general performance, Paulin’s performance drew rapturous applause from crowds viewing down below and from the Eiffel Tower.
This year’s initiative was structured with the assistance of French dancer and choreographer Rachid Ouramdane and structured by the Chaillot Theater, with performances having place on equally Saturday and Sunday afternoon.
Paulin’s feat shaped component of the celebrations in Paris for European Heritage Times and the start of the Cultural Olympiad, which also integrated a variety of other performances by French artists.
Paulin began slacklining in 2011 and suggests it served him come across a “legitimate inner peace” as a result of the mixture of extreme concentration and mastery above his overall body.