The World’s Longest Rail Slide On Skis Feels Like It Goes On Forever

The World’s Longest Rail Slide On Skis Feels Like It Goes On Forever
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Video: With a GoPro camera strapped to his chest providing a first-person view of the stunt, skier Tom Wallisch shattered the previous rail sliding record of 73.46m with this epic 129.24m long run that saw him fighting to maintain balance on a pair of skis while sliding along at 58km per hour.

We can barely get to the bottom of a novice ski hill without repeated falls, so we expect Tom’s new Guinness World Record to stand for a long time — or at least until he tries to best himself.