GIBBON French Slackline Open 2013 @ FISE

Gibbon Slacklines France is proud to announce they will host a WSFed (World Slackline Federation) OPEN competition at The FISE World Series in Montpellier from 8th till the 12th of May 2013.

Top slackliners from all over Europe will compete against each other. Even the current Slackline WorldChampion, Lukas Huber from Italy, is guaranteed a slot to compete in Montpellier. Lukas took the title after winning the Slackline WorldChampionships in Boston, USA in October 2012. Second to Lukas comes Ione Cansado Frias from Spain who won the Slackline Jam at the ISPO earlier this year. And last but not least, also Immanuel Bumb from Germany confirmed his participation at the FISE competition. Since he beat Andy Lewis at the “beat Andy” competition in February this year, he is also a guarantee for a high class slackline contest. Furhter more we are proud to also welcome a girl to the competition! Elli Schulte from Germany, the best European female tricklier will join us and beat up with the boys!

Everyone is invited to take part in the competition and battle not only for the honor, also for WSFed world rankinglist points for sure also for the price money of 850 EUR in total!

32 contestants maximum will be able to compete / the best 8 of the WSFed worldranking list who compete, will be seeded. Registration fee of 5 EUR need to be payed on sight!

contest times:
Friday, 10th of May

signin:12:00 – 1:30 pm
contest:  2:00 – 5:30 pm

Saturday, 11th of May

contest:  3:00 – 4:30 pm

Registration needed until 5th of May 2013.
Please send the registration form + the contest agreement to

Further information about the contest timetable and more details will follow soon!


Beside the competition a big slackline try out zone as well as several waterlines are waiting for you! And this is just the slackline area… for further information about the whole event check out the FISE website!

Thanks to LeYeti one of our customers in Montpellier who started to establish Slacklining at FISE years before and are still supporting the slackline area and the competition!