4 years of training, weeks of careful preparation and set a record: 24 June American tightrope walker Nik Wallenda for the first time in the world without a net across the Grand Canyon on the metal cable, stretched at a height of over 450 meters. Nearly half a kilometer above the abyss, he was in 23 minutes. The wind at the height reached 50 kilometers per hour, but the tightrope walker was ready for it: during exercise, he used special settings, which created an artificial wind with gusts up to 80 miles per hour. After the stunt Nick Wallenda admitted that pass over the Grand Canyon, he had dreamed of since childhood.
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