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The architect and slackliner studied Architecture and Civil Engineering in Prague and worked for 4 years while studying. She then exchanged the job to be fully devoted to slackline. It was the hardest decision of her life. She is now one of the world leaders in a new sport that reminds tightrope walking.
The best ones can walk hundreds of meters on the "line", which shakes at 200 feet of height. It may even swing. Being a slackliner requires physical fitness and a desire to be out in any weather. Anna looks for the lines around the world, organizes expeditions, courses and lectures. She cooperates with the Czech Association of slackline on legalizing slacklining and creating some basic rules.