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Above Green Lake in Austria, extreme sport champion Mich Kemeter struggled to stay focused as he edged along 250m of slackline.
But after 35 attempts the Austrian-born adventurer finally made it to the other end, breaking his own world record for 'waterlining'.
Holding his arms in a horizontal position for half an hour at a time put the athlete in intense pain as his shoulder started burning.
By crossing the line, Mich smashed his own 2012 waterline record of 222m, which he set at the same stunning location.
He now plans to continue breaking his record each year by 10m for every year of his life.