Drone Captured The Most Extreme Stunt Footage I’ve Ever Seen, At 0:20 My Heart Was In My Mouth.
Spencer Seabrooke just broke a world record. He completed the longest free solo slackline walk, beating the previous record by seven meters. Free solo means Seabrooke did not use a harness when crossing the 64 meter walk at the Stawamus Chief Mountain in Squamish, British Columbia.
The Canadian stumbled twice at the beginning of his walk but persevered to the finish line. A drone video captured Seabrooke’s amazing 290 meter high walk. And to think that the 26-year-old only took up this sport three years ago. It will be interesting to see what Seabrooke takes on next.
Next, base jumping from the world's tallest building.