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Welcome to the ISA: Latvian Slackline Association

2020-05-18T17:03:24+02:00

Presenting SlacklineLv, the leading slackline association in Latvia. We are a group of Latvian slackline enthusiasts with an objective to spread slackline sport in Latvia. Our vision is to Simply Discover Balance and our mission as an organisation is to provide safe opportunities to simply discover balance through slackline, for anyone.  Therefore, in our community we do basic slackline, trickline, longline, highline for ourselves. Big part of our motivation is based on investment in local society and the environment. So, we use project funding to provide free opportunities to slackline in city parks with various lines so that anyone can [...]

Welcome to the ISA: Latvian Slackline Association2020-05-18T17:03:24+02:00

The Lockdown Series

2020-06-04T04:24:32+02:00

Don't miss episodes - get alerts Watch next live session here Every Tuesday and Thursday, but also Wednesday and sometimes other days ;) we host online workshops ran by slackliners, for everyone in lockdown. Sessions are live, but you can catch up on previous episodes here if you missed one. Don't want to miss them? Get a reminder! Do you know someone who should run a workshop? Maybe it’s YOU? Email us and help boost the quarantine psyche! kat@slacklineinternational.org ¿Tiene una idea que le gustaría compartir con nuestra Slackfam español internacional? Envía un mensaje a miryana@slacklineinternational.org  Stay home, [...]

The Lockdown Series2020-06-04T04:24:32+02:00

SlackatHome.net now online

2020-05-12T05:12:05+02:00

SlackatHome.net A website dedicated to slacklining during Coronatimes This ISA initiative collects resourses for slackliners who are restricted to their rooms and gardens. Check out the website and send us content you recommend to info@slacklineinternational.org. Thanks to Gaelle and Augustin for the logo.

SlackatHome.net now online2020-05-12T05:12:05+02:00

Corona Virus – help flatten the curve

2020-03-22T10:56:47+01:00

COVID-19 Update Most of the slack community is young and healthy, but all of us will know and care about someone for whom getting COVID-19 will be a very different story. Sure, the death rate is <1%, but this is if hospitals are functioning well, and the news are full of examples of what happens when good healthcare gets overloaded. Most cases aren't too bad, but when so many happen at once the more serious 10% who need intensive care can't get it and die, making the death rate go up significantly. An in depth article on the topic [...]

Corona Virus – help flatten the curve2020-03-22T10:56:47+01:00

Welcome to the ISA: Slackline Finland

2020-05-16T05:17:05+02:00

Slackline Finland is the main slackline association in Finland. Their main goal is to improve the possibility to exercise different disciplines of slackline in a safe way and to make the sport more known in Finland. Special attention is also given to spreading knowledge of rigging and improving the safety of highline events. Currently, the association is organizing a permanent indoor training place that allows members to train all year around.  The association was founded in 2016 and has since increased their activities and member count significantly every year. Currently the association counts 30 registered members. Nonethelss the community surrounding Slackline [...]

Welcome to the ISA: Slackline Finland2020-05-16T05:17:05+02:00

The new Japanese trickline generation!

2020-03-12T01:26:06+01:00

Being incredibly successful in competitions is not unknown to Japanese athletes. It is no secret that Japan has a very active trickline community. Japanese contests are very diverse and include several categories; male, female, youth and seniors, which is not usual for competitions around the world. Japanese athletes are driven by passion and dedication, and they all aspire to show to the world their skills and spread their love of the sport. Meet our highest ranking Japanese athletes at the end of 2019 in the trickline discipline: Author: Lynn Koury Akari Sasaki Following [...]

The new Japanese trickline generation!2020-03-12T01:26:06+01:00

Welcome to the ISA: Czech Slackline Association

2020-03-04T03:43:56+01:00

Welcome to the ISA: Czech Slackline Association Founded in 2011, it aims to support and develop slacklining in the Czech Republic. Hence, they organize slack meetings, events and competitions to build the community, and are in touch with authorities (both nature protection and cities/government) to find a way how to create or protect official slackline spots.  In the Czech Republic slacklining is considered a sport. Also everybody knows Ostrov, Adršpach and the legendary projects of the Czech crews - if not, you have been living under a rock for the past 10 years!  The leadership team [...]

Welcome to the ISA: Czech Slackline Association2020-03-04T03:43:56+01:00

Slackline.App – offline tools and ressources

2020-02-16T08:09:09+01:00

ISA WebApp: This webapp works in a smartphone browser, it can be downloaded to your homescreen and has offline capabilities. it is not on the App- or Playstore. Open Slackline.App 2x Tension Calculator 2x Length/Distance Measurers A Horizontal Leveling tool A Unit Converter And more will come soon! Concept: Can Sahin and Thomas Buckingham Programing: Can Sahin App presenters: Tauri Vahessar, Mia Noblet, Annalisa Casiraghi, Pablo Fraustro and Nina Mappes Videos: Annalisa Casiraghi Graphic Mockups: Andreas Erschen Funding: Swiss Slackline, Movetia and Turkish Slackline Association Check out the features: [...]

Slackline.App – offline tools and ressources2020-02-16T08:09:09+01:00

One of the best Slackliners – Abraham Hernández from Chile

2020-03-01T05:19:19+01:00

Today we want to congratulate the 2017-2019 n° 1 Athlete in our ISA Slackline World Ranking List, Abraham Hernández. Abraham is a 26 year old athlete from Linares, Chile, specialising in the discipline of Trickline Aerial. He brought tricklining to the next level, was the first person to try the triple frontflip (Brazil World cup – 2015) and the triple backflip (Germany – 2018). Being one of the most active competitive slackliners in the world, he won multiple championships in Europe, the United States, South America and Japan. He invented many new tricks in his discipline, such as the “infinite [...]

One of the best Slackliners – Abraham Hernández from Chile2020-03-01T05:19:19+01:00

IOC launches sports group to protect mountains and the ISA is onboard

2019-12-16T09:36:37+01:00

IOC LAUNCHES SPORTS GROUP TO PROTECT MOUNTAINS - THE ISA IS ONBOARD To mark the International Mountain Day, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced the launch of the Mountain Summit – a group of sports organisations concerned with the current state of the world’s mountains and committed to protecting them. The group currently includes 11 members – organisations engaged in sports that are practised in or around mountains. Their aim is to assess and minimise the negative impact of sports activities on mountain environments, and leverage the power of sport to raise awareness about the importance of these environments. [...]

IOC launches sports group to protect mountains and the ISA is onboard2019-12-16T09:36:37+01:00