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The twin high wires cross diagonally from left to right in the spectacular High Wire Act from Kooza. The four tightrope walkers ride bicycles and even balance on a chair, adding their own tension to the 6,600 pound load on each rope making for a truly mesmerizing feat. Learn more about Kooza here: http://cirk.me/10K8xVw Apprenez en plus sur Kooza ici: http://cirk.me/10K8xVw Kooza Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kooza Cirque du Soleil Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CirqueduSoleil Cirque du Soleil Twitter: https://twitter.com/Cirque For more Cirque du Soleil acts, SUBSCRIBE.
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This guy performs an insane stunt with out using any safety equipment
Johanna Abrahamsson doing a balancing act.
LCRA has contracted with Air2 for transmission line maintenance in West Texas. This operation saves about $1 million a year in maintenance cost on work done on de-energized lines. See how these air linemen do their job and learn about the benefits of using a helicopter for this kind of work.
This is a series of videos taken of the Moscow State Circus whilst in Ipswich. This world famous circus amused the children and entertained the adults. The story which was portrayed was true to history with the clowns entertaining the audience, while other acts where set up or taken down, The grace, the skill of the varied high wire acts, the tumblers who amazed the audience the beauty which we where privileged to share. The whole show was a pleasure Its beauty of bright lights and colours offset by pastel shades in smoke. A great presentation by great artists
An awe-inspiring combination of beat-boxing and balancing acts, circus skills and social activism, Circolombia's show Urban has just opened at London's Roundhouse. Behind the scenes at final rehearsals, founder Felicity Simpson and choreographer Jose Henry Caycedo Casierra explain the group's work with disadvantaged young people in Colombia -- and what it really takes to balance an enormous wheel on your head
A performer from northwest China fails an attempt to walk across a tightrope strung between two hot air balloons.
This video will show you the secret footage - after the fall The Great Wallendas were noted throughout Europe for their four-man pyramid and cycling on the high wire. The act moved to the United States in 1928 and began an association with the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Combined Circus. Later they performed as freelancers. In 1947 they developed the unequaled three-tier 7-Man Pyramid. The Great Wallendas, a 1978 made-for-TV movie starring Lloyd Bridges as Karl Wallenda, depicts the act's comeback after a fatal accident involving several family members during a performance. Despite being involved in several tragedies in his family's acts, Wallenda continued with his stunts. In 1978, at age 73, Wallenda attempted a walk between the two towers of the ten-story Condado Plaza Hotel ...
A 25-year-old French daredevil did a tightrope walk across the top of New York in 1974 - on a 131-foot cable strung between the 110-story twin towers of the World Trade Center. The aerialist, accomplished juggler and unicyclist, is Philippe Petit, who said, “I see three oranges and I have to juggle. I see two towers and I have to walk.” The stroll, 1,350 feet above street level, lasted 50 minutes, from 7:05 to 7:55 a.m. Four times the 25-year-old Petit, who started out from the north tower, walked to a point near the south tower and then back north. Once he sat down on the wire cable - which is an inch in diameter - and another time he lay down on his back on the cable. Click here to get more: http://nydn.us/1SNjSPz Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/nydailynews Foll...
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