What’s your favorite spot/location to be active?
All around the world! I love to discover new places and their possibilities for slacklining and Climbing.
How do you prepare for a project/contest?
I always adapt my training for my upcoming projects, but in general slacklining is learning by doing, so i try to have my training as similar to my project as possible.
What are your biggest accomplishments?
I have set a world record over the longest slackline walk on a polyester slackline over 262m length in 2011. Walked a 80m long Highline in Moab, Utah (USA) which is my personal best and won several 1st and 2nd places in international tricklining competitions since 2009. In 2011 I walked a total of 100 different highlines in Europe, Asia, South Africa and the USA.
What are your next goals related to your sport?
Getting better! I am always trying to break my records in length and so my next goals are walking a 100m long Highline as well as a 300m longline and travel to as many countries as possible to establish new highlines.
Who do you look up to, who motivates you?
My motivation comes from a lot of different directions, but a main part comes for sure from the very active slackline community all over the world and seeing new videos and fotos of incredible beautiful places all over the world.