Haruki Kinoshita Slacklining in Odessa2018|01:46
The story of a Japanese tourist exploring Odessa and dropping into one of the traditional Odessa courtyards where he helps the local girl. And doing that in an extreme way: walking, jumping and doing somersaults on ropes with clothing through the whole courtyard. Everything happens in Odessa iconic inner court, which emphasizes local features of old Odessa with all its customs, people and clothing, that is still getting dry on ropes. Haruki Kinoshita - a slacklining champion from Japan who believes the possibilities are endless if you train hard every day. Kinoshita began slacklining as a 14-year-old, having switched from a potential career in baseball. Now, four years on, he is one of the most talented athletes within his sport. Despite the fact that Haruki is a sportsman who wins numerous world competitions but some tricks he made for the first time in his life. Like somersault and tricks at a height of 3,5 meters and walking on a slackline at a height of 6 meters.