Haruki Kinoshita arrived on the slacklining scene like a comet in 2014. Although he only competed for two years, recording an eighth place finish at the World Slackline Masters in 2015, he quickly began to pave the way to the top of his sport.
His incredible sense of balance put him on the road to glory starting in 2016, as he returned to the World Slackline Masters to claim victory. In the same year, he also won the French Natural Games and took home the gold medal in the first slacklining competition at the X Games in Austin.
I can fly!
- Red Bull
- New Era
- Ziiiro Watch
Slacklining is a sport with many variations and appreciated by all. Take a simple slackline, more or less large, stretched by its two ends and let your creativity do the rest. Take the height with the “Trickline” and don’t hesitate to wet your bikini with the “Waterline”.
Ses résultats du Spring 2019