Increasingly, reports on television or in the vast Youtube you can find extreme, walking on a rope over precipices, but our today’s hero is surpassed many of them. His name was Andy Lewis. 27 years of professional passed by 12 meter cord, which was secured between two balloons at an altitude of 1220 meters.
Because of his willingness to make a very dangerous jumps, he set a world record in Las Vegas in the heat of the Nevada desert. Check out …
“The feeling when you stand on the rope – amazing: the incredible feeling of freedom and openness,” – Lewis said after the jump. “I doubted it before proceeding, but the nerves turned into excitement, passion helped to concentrate, and I like to make a challenge to myself.” Stunt video was released to start a new adventure advertise online network Limitless Channel.
The French team known as the Skyliners or “flying Frenchmen”, tried to repeat like three weeks earlier in Spain. Although they were not lucky, but their trick revealed all the technical stuff, helping to ensure that Andy created his own trick with greater chances of success.
In the end, Andy, with hair as black patients not lost his composure, took over the cord and into the record books – to jump down to the ground. “Parachute jump down – it’s like after discharge voltage” – Andy said. “The fall is simpler than the Highline (skeylayna view on top). It’s like a victory dance. ”
Transition – going without insurance and only a parachute to safety – broke the record in Sleklayne as balancing the highest above the ground. Previously, the height balance was just over 915 meters.
Lewis, who lives in Moab, Utah, sleklaynigu attracted international attention in 2012 when he performed with Madonna at the Super Bowl show. Impressed by what he saw, the Queen of Pop subsequently invited him to tour, but in search of himself, Andy decided to continue traveling the world, living a life sleklaynera.
“Life sleklaynera – a search of his passion, self-improvement,” – says Andy. “Following the concept, sleklayn helps achieve the following objectives: One step at a time, staying in balance, keeping the slack – all this will help you to be happy.”
The team did not test tricks height of 3 meters, 200 meters, before lifting balloons at 1,220 meters.
The idea to put the record came up with friend Andy, Andy air akrobke Jona-Marie Price, who provided balloons and helped develop the entire project. Price is in the frame in some pictures, she hangs upside down, wrapped in brightly colored tape. She joined the flight vingsyutera Scotty Bob Morgan, who fulfilled his mission.
Andy Lewis after the trick.
Andy and his team celebrates the successful completion of its transition, and delivered record in Highline.