INSANE! Daredevil's 'free solo' - that almost killed him

INSANE! Daredevil's 'free solo'  - that almost killed him
Spencer Seabrooke broke the previous record by 7 meters but his adventure almost ends in tragedy as he slips off the rope and nearly falls to his death.

Canadian daredevil Spencer Seabrooke's attempt to break the world record for the the longest free solo slackline (without any safety harness) ever saw him walk on a 201ft long rope 290 meters above ground.

The 26-year-old carried out the impressive feat across the Chief North Gully in Squamish, British Columbia, Canada.

Seabrooke broke the previous record by 7 meters but his adventure almost ends in tragedy as he slips off the rope and nearly falls to his death.

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