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Nik Wallenda: Chicago tightrope walk will make 'incredible postcard'
Nik Wallenda: Chicago tightrope walk will make 'incredible postcard'

At his training facility in Sarasota, Fla., daredevil Nik Wallenda is training five hours a day to top himself. And when you consider his last stunt involved walking a tightrope across a portion of the Grand Canyon, that's no small feat. But he's going to attempt it anyway on Nov. 2, when the tightrope walker will perform a two-part stunt between skyscrapers in Chicago. For the first part, Wallenda will walk a tightrope approximately 600 feet in the air at a 15-degree angle across the Chicago River between Marina City's west tower and the Leo Burnett Building. Then Wallenda will return to the west tower to walk another tightrope between the west tower and the east tower of...

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