The International Slackline Association recognizes and supports numerous facets of slackline practice. Education, artistry, performance and of course the lifestyle itself – that is, the Slacklife – are integral parts of the unique world that revolves around the seemingly simple act of balancing on webbing.
Each of these dimensions of slackline are part of the same global movement. Therefore, it is our aim to embrace and nurture each and every one of them. This goal has recently led us to create an international ranking list for slackline athletes.
The creation of this ranking list comes as a result of years of rapid growth in the sport side of slacklining. Although we initially felt quite resistant to formalizing the sport aspect in this way, after conducting demographic surveys and communicating with tons of contest organizers and athletes
– this is what we realized: