What is King and Queen of Slackline ?

The concept is very simple. Twice a week, a new challenge will be presented. The goal is to perform the trick perfectly. There will be 15 stages from 31 May to 2 July. The stages of King and Queen of Slackline start at a beginner level and end at an expert level. 

Of course, anyone from all over the world can participate, regardless of level.

This concept has already been implemented several times. You will find extracts of some of the steps in this playlist.

There are some changes :

If the previous years, we presented the tricks on Youtube. This year, King and Queen of Slackline will take place on TikTok !

Why ?

This platform is perfect for KOS. It is ideal for challenging each other, and sharing your participation. How to participate will be explained at the end of this article.
It is also a platform where slackliner and trickliner are not yet active. So now is the time for you to create a tiktok account and share your best tricks before King And Queen of Slackline starts.

Why take part ? 

It’s great fun to challenge all the slackliners in the world and see who can do the craziest tricks.
There will be something for everyone, from static to dynamic tricks. It’s time to bring out your best skills.

And if you are a real competitor, there is also a 500 euro cash prize divided between those who manage to complete all 15 stages. And believe me, there won’t be many of them.

If you are not strong enough to complete all 15 stages, there is still the possibility to win a jibline and a surferline by participating in the first 5 stages. if you have participated in the first 5 steps, before July 2nd, you will be entered into a draw to win one of these two lines. So try your luck.

How to participate ?

It’s easy: First, you need to create a TikTok account and to download the app. 

Once you’ve done that, you need to follow Gibbonized.

To participate, you just have to use the sound corresponding to the step you want to perform and add the video of the trick above.

You also need to use the #KOS2021 so we can see your performance.

Good luck!

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