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'Good Morning America,' 'Today' Borrow Tricks From Nik WallendaVariety“Good Morning America” meteorologist Ginger Zee looks nothing like tightrope-walking daredevil Nik Wallenda. Yet for one agonizing block of time on a recent Friday, the two seemed more similar than different. On the Friday, November 7 edition of the ...
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NJ.comTightrope walker Nik Wallenda tests out new 'Infinity Chamber' at Liberty ...NJ.comBut before the amateurs got to try out the exhibit, the famous daredevil Nik Wallenda, who recently accomplished a record-breaking tightrope walk across the Chicago skyline, made his way through the maze, which was unveiled as part of Liberty Science ...
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USA TODAYNik Wallenda won't make tightrope walks less risky for more sponsorshipsUSA TODAYNik Wallenda is best known for his dazzling high-wire walks, but this weekend he'll be do something a little closer to the ground: An introduction of a suspended climbing space at the Liberty Science Center in New Jersey. The climbing space, which is ...
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NJ.comTightrope walker Nik Wallenda to help Liberty Science Center unveil one-of-a ...NJ.comLiberty Science Center in Jersey City will unveil its 21,000-pound, 64-platform "Infinity Climber," the world's first suspended climbing play space on Saturday. Acclaimed aerialist Nik "King of the High Wire" Wallenda, fresh off his record-breaking ...
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Nik Wallenda talks about the power of faith in St. CharlesChicago Daily HeraldHigh wire walker Nik Wallenda talks with the Rev. Jim Nicodem, senior pastor at Christ Community Church in St. Charles, Sunday morning in front of a packed sanctuary. Wallenda discussed his family and faith, as well as his record-setting high-wire act.and more »
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DNAinfoNik Wallenda's Next High-Wire Act Is ... Over a Ford Dealership?DNAinfoWallenda drives a Ford, added Buchanan. Wallenda spent several weeks before the Chicago event practicing in a park in Sarasota. His family has long lived in the area and the community has supported Wallenda and his family with meals, the paper said.
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Daredevil Nik Wallenda back home in SarasotaWFLA“I told myself just before I got on, I said, 'you know, you're going to put yourself through torture for the next two and a half minutes,” Wallenda explained. “But once two and a half minutes are over, you're going to be fine. You did it in Sarasota ...HS students claim Wallenda's stunt doesn't add upMyFox ChicagoOFFBEAT with PHIL POTEMPA: Reader wonders why Nik Wallenda does ...nwitimes.comall 6 news articles »
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ForbesNik Wallenda on His Tightrope Walk Between Chicago Towers Sunday ...ForbesThirty-five-year-old daredevil Nik Wallenda made history again this past weekend by crossing the dark, windy-city skies over Chicago on a tightrope without safety net or tether. The stunt was aired live on Discovery Channel Sunday night and beamed ...Nik Wallenda's Back-To-Back Tightrope Walks Across Chicago Skyscrapers Are ...DOGOnewsEverything You Need to Know About Nik Wallenda's Wire WalkDNAinfoWhat if Nik Wallenda hadn't defied death in Chicago?Chicago ReaderBradenton Herald -WTSP 10 News -New Straits Times Onlineall 53 news articles »
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DNAinfoIf Nik Wallenda Falls into the Chicago River, Could He Survive?DNAinfoDaredevil Nik Wallenda walks 454 feet across the Chicago River on a tightrope from the west Marina Tower (r.) to the Leo Burnett Building Sunday. Then he'll cross from one Marina Tower to the other — blindfolded — that is, if he survives the first walk.Nik Wallenda Crosses Between Chicago Skyscrapers - TwiceNBCNews.comNik Wallenda completes blindfolded tightrope walk in downtown ChicagoCNNNik Wallenda completes blindfolded Chicago skyscraper tightrope walkToday.comHuffington Post -New York Timesall 1,551 news articles »
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