Nik Wallenda Makes History and Crosses Niagara on a Tightrope

With the aid of a long balancing pole, Wallenda carefully found his footing along the lengthy cable and maintained a laser-like focus on his task throughout.

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Image: The 33-year-old tightrope walker braved strong winds and heavy spray to walk on a cable suspended about 200 feet above the biggest waterfall in North America.
Zou Zheng/Xinhua Press/Corbis

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    Watched history unfold :)
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