Presenting Step Slackliners Armenia The goal of Step Slackliners Armenia is to develop slacklining as a sport in Armenia, where our balance activity is still misunderstood for tightrope walking by many. Regular free trainings in parks and also indoor trainings are organized and open for all to get the general public to try out slacklining. Most think slacklining to be an extreme sport and only fit for professionals. Many outdoor and "extreme" sport groups and associations in Armenia are working together to solve access issues and to educate the public. As the slackline community is still small they have [...]
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Slackline INDIA The community started the association during a 3 day festival, called the Great Indian Highline Gathering, during which they also rigged one of the longest highlines in the country (700m). Their dream is it to spread the sport to different corners of the country, while setting standards for rigging, teaching safe practices and solving access issues. The small community has opened quite a few lines in different places around the country including the Himalayas and is looking forward to the end of the pandemic to host their annual festivals and gatherings again with participants from different countries [...]
The largest and most comprehensive slackline study ever! Full Demographics Survey Slackline Demographics Survey analysed Almost 1200 of you filled in the ISA’s 2018 Demographics Survey and finally we can show you the results. The survey was available in 4 languages. Many questions were asked and answered concerning demographics, aspects of slacklining as a sport, personal preferences, injuries, education, and much more. Full Demographics Survey