Vertical Run Equals Maximum Fun: Marc Sluszny Tackles Belgacom Towers

on July 5, 2012
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Jumping off the top of a building sounds pretty dangerous right? But don’t be too shocked when you check out the photos below. We know it looks like a scene from an action movie, but it’s not. A man is actually running down the walls of a building.



The man in question is Belgian extreme athlete Marc Sluszny. He had also wowed crowds with other stunts such as Bungee jumping out of a balloon and sky-surfing.

On June 26th, 2012, he broke the 100 meter Vertical Run world record ‘running’ from the top of Belgacom Towers in Brussels. He finished in 15.56 seconds, which is 18 seconds faster than the previous record.


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This vertical run event was held to mark the launch of the GALAXY S III and ‘The Summer of Sport’ – a collaboration between Samsung and Belgacom, highlighting sporting performances all summer. Hundreds of people gathered in front of the towers to watch the event live.

Samsung Tomorrow is a huge fan of Sluszny’s extreme stunts. Wonder what he’ll do next.

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