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Slackline.App – offline tools and ressources

2021-04-11T21:16:31+02:00

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 ressources2021-04-11T21:16:31+02:00

New Video released – Slackline World Ranking List

2019-10-20T09:51:34+02:00

New Ranking List Video released The video explains our motivation behind the creation of the Slackline World Ranking List. Thanks to DigiPeople for creating these great animated videos! Visit Ranking List Why create a ranking list? English: Español: Portuguese: Français:

New Video released – Slackline World Ranking List2019-10-20T09:51:34+02:00

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

Demographics Survey analysed

2019-09-02T11:17:50+02:00

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

Demographics Survey analysed2019-09-02T11:17:50+02:00

Ranking List Statistics

2019-12-06T02:27:35+01:00

Ranking List Statistics More than 300 athletes registered for the ranking list, 84% are male (16% female)  with an average age of 24. About 55% of you are Trickliners, 30% are Speedliners and 15% are Highline Freestylers. 60% are a member of a slackline sport club, about 40% of you are already a part of the ISA through indirect membership (explanation: people cannot become a member of ISA as individuals, the ISA only has clubs and organizations as direct members). Only a minority, about 15% of all Slackliners see competitions as an important aspect of slacklining, about 25% are neutral [...]

Ranking List Statistics2019-12-06T02:27:35+01:00

Athletes Registration open now!

2019-01-15T04:05:22+01:00

We are introducing the Slackline World Ranking List shortly This is a tool for athletes participating in contests around the world aswell as contest organizers. This Slackline World Ranking List will not rank walking sends, but only competitions with their own ranking lists in different slackline disciplines. Register as Athlete now! More infos here shortly:

Athletes Registration open now!2019-01-15T04:05:22+01:00

Webbing slippage warning in Weblocks

2018-08-12T11:17:20+02:00

Webbing slippage warning in Weblocks. We have identified the mechanism responsible for webbing slippage in webbing lockers (weblocks). During a test on a hydraulic cyclic testing machine, we found webbing to move through the weblock with every stretch and release cycle. We observed this micro-slippage of the webbing within the weblock. Read Full Report - Webbing slippage warning in weblocks The webbing was installed in single wrap without a tie-off so we could witness webbing slippage, webbing tailwalk, and a complete failure of the webbing locking mechanism first hand. The Solution [...]

Webbing slippage warning in Weblocks2018-08-12T11:17:20+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

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c/o Swiss Alpine-Club SAC
Postfach / Monbijoustrasse 61
3000 Bern 14, Switzerland
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