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Athletes from Russia, Germany, France, and Canada ran 800 feet at a sickening height of 1,140 feet - a hundred feet higher than the London Shard. The group broke the previous record at 100 m and was attended by Guinness World Record employees, who will perform some final measurements before the record became official.

Daring devils walk over 1000 feet of rope above Moscow to establish a new Guinness World Record

  • Athletes from Russia, Germany, France and Canada ran the rope at 1,140 feet – higher than the Shard in London
  • The event took place on Saturday and Sunday in the Oko tower of the Russian capital and the Neva towers
  • The previous record for city braking lining is in the possession of Alexander Schulz, who walked 810 feet above Mexico City in 2016
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Seven weak walkers have broken the world record for the highest urban high-line, running over a length of rope at more than 1,000 feet in Moscow.

Athletes from Russia, Germany, France, and Canada ran 800 feet at a sickening height of 1,140 feet – a hundred feet higher than the London Shard.

The Russian Sergey Shakuto, 37, said: & # 39; It was an almost impossible event because it is incredibly difficult to get permission to do so in Russia. I managed to do it with a drone and I was not afraid to take dangerous positions which makes my photos so unique. & # 39;

The group broke the previous record at 100 m and was attended by Guinness World Record employees, who will perform some final measurements before the record became official.

The event took place on Saturday and Sunday between the southern Oko tower, the second tallest building in Europe, and the Neva towers, still under construction, but becoming the tallest skyscraper in Europe.

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The previous record for city braking lining is in the hands of Alexander Schulz, who ran 700 feet on Mexico City in 810 feet in 2016.

Athletes from Russia, Germany, France, and Canada ran 800 feet at a sickening height of 1,140 feet - a hundred feet higher than the London Shard. The group broke the previous record at 100 m and was attended by Guinness World Record employees, who will perform some final measurements before the record became official.

Athletes from Russia, Germany, France, and Canada ran 800 feet at a sickening height of 1,140 feet – a hundred feet higher than the London Shard. The group broke the previous record at 100 m and was attended by Guinness World Record employees, who will perform some final measurements before the record became official.

The Russian Sergey Shakuto, 37, said: & # 39; It was an almost impossible event because it is incredibly difficult to get permission to do so in Russia. I managed to do it one day with a drone and I was not afraid to take dangerous positions that made my photos so unique & # 39; (photo: a female athlete taking part in the record-breaking performance )

The Russian Sergey Shakuto, 37, said: & # 39; It was an almost impossible event because it is incredibly difficult to get permission to do so in Russia. I managed to do it one day with a drone and I was not afraid to take dangerous positions that made my photos so unique & # 39; (photo: a female athlete taking part in the record-breaking performance )

The Russian Sergey Shakuto, 37, said: & # 39; It was an almost impossible event because it is incredibly difficult to get permission to do so in Russia. I managed to do it one day with a drone and I was not afraid to take dangerous positions that made my photos so unique & # 39; (photo: a female athlete taking part in the record-breaking performance )

Seven high-line walkers were watched by Guinness World Record officials trying to beat the previous record held by Alexander Schulz who walked 700 feet at 810 feet across Mexico City in 2016
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Seven high-line walkers were watched by Guinness World Record officials trying to beat the previous record held by Alexander Schulz who walked 700 feet at 810 feet across Mexico City in 2016

Seven high-line walkers were watched by Guinness World Record officials trying to beat the previous record held by Alexander Schulz who walked 700 feet at 810 feet across Mexico City in 2016

Foggy conditions during the walk between two of the tallest buildings in Moscow. The city has the highest skyscrapers in Europe and the eleventh free-standing structure in the world

Foggy conditions during the walk between two of the tallest buildings in Moscow. The city has the highest skyscrapers in Europe and the eleventh free-standing structure in the world

Foggy conditions during the walk between two of the tallest buildings in Moscow. The city has the highest skyscrapers in Europe and the eleventh free-standing structure in the world

One of the athletes is dangling from the rope at his feet. They wore armor, but that would not have done much to lower the heart rate to more than 300 m above the deck

One of the athletes is dangling from the rope at his feet. They wore armor, but that would not have done much to lower the heart rate to more than 300 m above the deck

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One of the athletes is dangling from the rope at his feet. They wore armor, but that would not have done much to lower the heart rate to more than 300 m above the deck

Shakuto, an action sports photographer, takes photos while standing hundreds of meters above the ground in Moscow

Shakuto, an action sports photographer, takes photos while standing hundreds of meters above the ground in Moscow

One of the athletes dangles with his feet over the edge of the skyscraper while another runs along the slack line

One of the athletes dangles with his feet over the edge of the skyscraper while another runs along the slack line

Shakuto, an action sports photographer, takes photos while standing hundreds of meters above the ground in Moscow; and one of the athletes dangles with his feet over the edge of the skyscraper (right) while another runs along the slack line

One of the athletes appears as a small dot on the horizon as he breaks the record through the Russian capital. The event took place on Saturday and Sunday between the southern Oko tower, the second tallest building in Europe, and the Neva towers, still under construction, but becoming the tallest skyscraper in Europe.

One of the athletes appears as a small dot on the horizon as he breaks the record through the Russian capital. The event took place on Saturday and Sunday between the southern Oko tower, the second tallest building in Europe, and the Neva towers, still under construction, but becoming the tallest skyscraper in Europe.

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One of the athletes appears as a small dot on the horizon as he breaks the record through the Russian capital. The event took place on Saturday and Sunday between the southern Oko tower, the second tallest building in Europe, and the Neva towers, still under construction, but becoming the tallest skyscraper in Europe.

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