GoPro Mountain Games is one of the top slackline competitions in the world and this year is no different. This year will feature 3 World Champions and top scoring athletes from around the world. They will be competing for $5000 in prize money and the top spot in world rankings.
This competition is judged according to ISI Rules and Regulations.
In addition to the slackline competition. We will have an interactive area for people to try out slacklining themselves as well as a highline setup at the International Bridge!
Interested in competing? Email: email@example.com
From left to right: Martin Hernandez, Alisson Ferreira, Alex Mason, Itsuki Hosoe, Emi Gimenez, Abraham Hernandez, Gabriel Aglio, Davis Hermes, Luca Rocha and Nico Aimone
This year's athletes feature World Slackline Champions Alex Mason and Felix Carreira and also fresh new faces and potential new champions like Abraham Hernandez and Pedro Rafael. In what is sure to be the most intense slackline competitions GoPro Mountain Games has ever seen, it will be a competition that you will not want to miss.
The 2016 GoPro Mountain Games competition will be judged by three ISI judges whom have all been competitive slackliners themselves and judged multiple competitions under the ISI Slackline Judging system.
From left to right: Frankie Najera, Michael Bross, Luke Hall, Justin Wagners, Travis Brown, Mauricio Santanna
1. Abraham Hernandez - 584.80 points
2. Teruto Tanaka - 489.85 points
3. Haruki Kinoshita - 467.20 points
4. Tauri Vahesaar - 455.98 points
1. Tauri Vahesaar - 418.78 points
2. Felix Carreira - 376.24 points
3. Kota Kayasaka - 295.63 points
4. Alex Mason - 289.97 points
1. Jaan Roose
2. Alex Mason
3. Felix Carreira
4. Benni Schmid
1. Alex Mason
2. Benni Schmid
3. Lucas Huber
4. Justin Wagers
1. Alex Mason
2. Toru "Gappai" Osugi
3. Michael Payton
4. Lukas Huber