tightrope walking

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Tightrope Walking

See also acrobatics.

a person who performs aerial acrobatics, as a trapeze artist, tightrope walker, stunt flier, etc.
the art or skill of tightrope walking. — funambulist, n.
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Noun1.tightrope walking - walking on a tightrope or slack rope
athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
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In the grounds of St Philip's Cathedral there was rope walking from Chris and Phoebe Bullzini, improvising balance skills and slack rope techniques.
Hula hooping, tight rope walking, acrobats, juggling, stilt walking, and a performance at the end.
It was clearly every man for himself when it come to rope walking across the water barrier, but at least one competitor got a helping hand.