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Ananatopisme 2710m

2022-08-24T17:29:27+02:00

A highline world record From the July 30th to August 14th, Arthur Lefebvre gathered a group of friends to make an attempt at the highline world record, set previously at 2240 meters.  The world record was broken not only by one person, but by 8 people, 2 women and 6 men. Check out some of the details behind the sucess of this project here. A report by Augustin Moinat The Project The man behind the project, Arthur, wanted a project made with friends, by friends. He managed to [...]

Ananatopisme 2710m2022-08-24T17:29:27+02:00

First Highline World Championships

2022-07-17T20:00:50+02:00

First Highline World Championships For the first time ever in the sport of slacklining, a World Championship in highlining took place on July 15-17, 2022. The event was held in Laax, Switzerland on the summit of Crap Sogn Gion at 2250 m asl. Several ISA officials were active onsite, coordinating with judging, rigging and rescue. Best Of Videos 31 athletes; 24 men and 7 women participated. The athletes competed gender-separated in the discipline of Freestyle Highline and together in Speed Highline. The event was organised by our active member [...]

First Highline World Championships2022-07-17T20:00:50+02:00

2021 – A Good Highline and Longline Year

2022-02-11T20:40:45+01:00

Top Highline and Longline Achievements 2021 2021 was a really good year for highlining and longlining! In the discipline of highline freestyle, we had 5 Master size contests and the first ever worldcup! The year started and ended with both editions of the Pandemic Open Online Competition.  A great way to get the worldwide community together! But that's not all, check out the great achievements by athletes in speed highlining and the world records in distance walking on the high- and longline. Freestyle Highline - Men The ISA Sport Commission [...]

2021 – A Good Highline and Longline Year2022-02-11T20:40:45+01:00

ISA Active Member: Slackline INDIA

2021-04-10T10:51:10+02:00

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 [...]

ISA Active Member: Slackline INDIA2021-04-10T10:51:10+02:00

First ISA Safety Standard Published

2020-03-04T03:24:09+01:00

ISA:21 Highline Systems What is a highline? The ISA:21 Highline Systems Standard is a formal engineering definition and description of what a highline is and what the various components it consists of are. In addition to that, it also defines the forces that are acting upon the webbing, anchors and the highliner. In essence, it is a lot of fancy words, but it allows our partners and testing laboratories to communicate more effectively. Download Highline System Standard 21:2019 On one hand this standard provides a framework for highliners as well as slackline [...]

First ISA Safety Standard Published2020-03-04T03:24:09+01:00

What is Slackline Sports?

2019-10-18T04:46:38+02:00

Slacklining is a young and emerging sport with many disciplines and athletes who compete in these. Many definitions of “Sport” actually include competitions as one of the core elements and slacklining is no exception. However, while one might be able to define slacklining as a sport, it is not recognised as an official sport in any country. This means there is little public and private funding available for events, gear and development. The few competitive slackliner in this respect are a important minority in the community for slacklining as a sport, but are lacking support to continue. This lack of [...]

What is Slackline Sports?2019-10-18T04:46:38+02:00

Highline FundRACE

2018-05-27T01:12:01+02:00

24.-26.05.2018 Highline FundRACE At the Highline FundRACE 12 world-class athletes walked as many meters as possible to collect money for a good cause! Five people increased the one day highline-endurance world record from 4900 to 8000m, this is a shared record by: Samuel Volery, CH Alexander Schulz, DE Joshua Leupolz, DE Quirin Herterich, DE Lukas Irmler, DE Two people increased the 3 day world record from 9300 to 21200m (this equals a half marathon): Samuel Volery, CH and Joshua Leupolz, DE Alexander Schulz, DE walked 20000m in three days The best slackliners therefore walked these difficult highlines 212 times [...]

Highline FundRACE2018-05-27T01:12:01+02:00

2015 SAIR Analysis Published – Slackline Accident and Incident Report

2019-12-06T01:40:04+01:00

SAIR Analysis 2015 Since the fall of 2014, the International Slackline Association has been gathering information about slackline related incidents and injuries including falls from a slackline, rigging errors, gear malfunction, and near miss incidents. This information has been gathered through the Slackline Accident and Incident Report form on our website (EN, DE, PR, FR language SAIR report forms) and as informal reports through conversation and social media. This information has been collected and analyzed in the International Slackline Association Accident and Incident Report 2015 which can be read in full in .pdf format at this link or by clicking on any of the images below. [...]

2015 SAIR Analysis Published – Slackline Accident and Incident Report2019-12-06T01:40:04+01:00

1 km Highline sent in France

2018-05-14T13:50:14+02:00

On Tuesday, April 19th, 2016, Nathan Paulin (FR) set a new world record with a 1020m highline rigged in France with Danny Menšík (CZ). Rigged on Moonwalk at a height of approximately 600m with 50m of sag, Nathan managed the feat onsight. Danny sent the line on his third attempt. Congrats on a beautiful new record. For more information, see the Red Bull article and the video below. Also, on FranceInfo.fr.

1 km Highline sent in France2018-05-14T13:50:14+02:00

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