Jan 03, 2012
New world record above Jing Po waterfall
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GIBBON ProTeam Member Andy Lewis breaks his first world record above the flowing Jing Po Lake waterfall in China!
Following his initial official Guinness World Record (most surfs in a minute) in Italy earlier this year, Andy has achieved breaking his first record, going from 138 surfs in a minute to an impressive 143 surfs in a minute! A few months ago, it was featured on China Central Television (CCTV1), and now the video is finally on YouTube! Enjoy it!
Andy Lewis, a dedicated slackliner, embarked on the thrilling journey of balancing on suspended lines in 2004. His first foray into the world of slacklining involved a daring venture—a walk on a super-loose line near his home, even with a dislocated shoulder after a climbing expedition. This early experience laid the foundation for an enduring connection with the art and sport of slacklining. In 2009, Andy entered the world of GIBBON, and the pivotal moment was marked by the introduction to the Jibline. This engagement with GIBBON not only deepened his commitment to slacklining but also opened doors to new dimensions of the sport. From conquering challenges with a dislocated shoulder to exploring the dynamic possibilities of the Jibline, Andy Lewis has become a seasoned participant in the world of slacklining, blending resilience, passion, and innovation in every step.