Has Théo Sanson Set What Could be a New World Record?

It hasn't been long after we wrote about Swiss slackliner Samuel Volery, who had almost set a new world record for the longest highline walk in Switzerland when Frenchman Théo Sanson crossed a 500 meter (1600ft) line between two legendary towers of Castletown and the Rectory in Castle Valley, Utah. The line was rigged on November 15, 2015 and Théo's attempt considered to be a new world record. Although the record distance is yet to be confirmed, Théo's video has been spreading on the internet faster than the wind and here it is.
25. 11. 2015

This first ever attempt to cross such line was captured by Théo's friend Renan Ozturk, who together with Tim Kemple and Anson Foge edited it and put it on the internet soon after. Due to the fact that the spot hasn't been left immediately after what could be a new World record but occupied by other slackliners such us Andy Lewis, we might get to see additional footage from this location soon. Stay tuned!

25. 11. 2015
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