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This man just broke a tightrope world record at France’s Mont Saint-Michel

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French tightrope walker, Nathan Paulin just broke his own world record as he crossed 2.2km of slackline to Mont Saint-Michel.

Added on the 25/05/2022 16:56:33 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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