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X-sports fan hangs clothes up in gorge

Editor: Wang Lingxiao 丨CCTV.com

05-18-2017 14:25 BJT

Fearless Paul Antoine Gauchon hangs his washing up on a line   higher than the tallest building in the world and then walks   across it. The thin rope is suspended at an incredible 3,215   ft in the air across a gorge in a Norwegian mountain range.

Fearless Paul Antoine Gauchon hangs his washing up on a line higher than the tallest building in the world and then walks across it. The thin rope is suspended at an incredible 3,215 ft in the air across a gorge in a Norwegian mountain range.

Fearless Paul Antoine Gauchon hangs his washing up on a line   higher than the tallest building in the world and then walks   across it. The thin rope is suspended at an incredible 3,215   ft in the air across a gorge in a Norwegian mountain range.

Fearless Paul Antoine Gauchon hangs his washing up on a line higher than the tallest building in the world and then walks across it. The thin rope is suspended at an incredible 3,215 ft in the air across a gorge in a Norwegian mountain range.

Fearless Paul Antoine Gauchon hangs his washing up on a line   higher than the tallest building in the world and then walks   across it. The thin rope is suspended at an incredible 3,215   ft in the air across a gorge in a Norwegian mountain range.

Fearless Paul Antoine Gauchon hangs his washing up on a line higher than the tallest building in the world and then walks across it. The thin rope is suspended at an incredible 3,215 ft in the air across a gorge in a Norwegian mountain range.

Fearless Paul Antoine Gauchon hangs his washing up on a line   higher than the tallest building in the world and then walks   across it. The thin rope is suspended at an incredible 3,215   ft in the air across a gorge in a Norwegian mountain range.

Fearless Paul Antoine Gauchon hangs his washing up on a line higher than the tallest building in the world and then walks across it. The thin rope is suspended at an incredible 3,215 ft in the air across a gorge in a Norwegian mountain range.

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