He walked 670 meters along the cable.
French tightrope walker Nathan Pauline on Saturday, September 18, walked 670 meters along the cable connecting the Eiffel Tower and the Chaillot Theater, reports with reference to.
According to him, Pauline already made such a transition in 2017. Then the rope was stretched at a height of 60 meters, and today it has been lifted 10 meters higher.
Reportedly, the sports and artistic performance was timed to coincide with the opening of the Cultural Olympiad and the European Heritage Days in Paris.
The Frenchman plans to repeat his crossing on Sunday.
French slackliner Nathan Paulin walked across a rope suspended 70 meters above the ground from the Eiffel Tower on Saturday. Paulin – who was attached to a safety line – finished the 600-meter course in 30 minutes as part of a live performance festival.
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