wirewalker

wire·walk·er

 (wīr′wô′kər)
n.
An acrobat who walks on a wire tightrope.

wirewalker

(ˈwaɪəˌwɔːkə)
n
(Theatre) chiefly US another name for tightrope walker
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The "sweet spot," which allows for a wirewalker to react to the rope or wire's motion, lies somewhere in the middle between tight and loose, the scientists found.
But halfway through, the wirewalker sounded as if he might falter: "I'm strained, I'm drained.
But Mirette doesn't know that the stranger was once the Great Bellini--master wirewalker.
London, July 8( ANI ): Daredevil wirewalker Jay Cochrane walked 581feet up in the air on the Canadian side of the Niagara Falls in the first of the 81walks across a tightrope to achieve a world record.
He is able to throw off his past and find a more glamorous existence for himself, and as he progresses from circus hand to wirewalker, the circus emerges as a symbol of human aspiration.
This new show, performed by Playbox Theatre's circus department in Warwick, features dance, movement, singing, juggling, tumblers, aerialists, acrobalancers, wirewalkers and clowns.
The band has a new album, Wirewalkers & Assassins, but it seems certain that Eller will deliver some of that material tonight.
Educo, well known for its award-winning magnetic maze Z'oom, now offering a fresh concept in bead and wire mazes with WireWalkers.