Thousands of Florida residents have seen an unusual show. One of the most
famous in the world
of high-wire, Nick Vallenda, performed a dangerous new trick. At a height of 60 meters, he was without insurance on the rope above the
motorway. The audience watched the show, with bated breath. But six-time champion himself Guinness then said: "It was a wonderful walk, from this height a beautiful view."
In Portugal, the other looking for experiences, Hawaiian surfer Garrett McNamara, delighted the audience a new world record. He rolled on the wave height of 30 meters and a half. It happened at the event off the coast of Portugal. Interestingly, the previous record belonged to him though. Two years ago, the athlete won a wave height of 24 meters.