Daredevil Wallenda Walks Tightrope in Chicago.
Nik Wallenda speaks at a news conference following his two successful, world-record setting high wire walks on November 2, 2014 in Chicago. Wallenda first walked one wire more than two city blocks long, 600 feet high and at a 19-degree incline across the Chicago River from the Marina City west tower to the Leo Burnett Building, setting a world record for the steepest incline for tightrope walking between two buildings ever made. He then walked back across the river on the ground and made a 500-foot-high, blindfolded walk between the two Marina City towers, setting another world record for the highest blindfolded tightrope walk ever recorded. UPI/Brian Kersey
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