France's Benoit Humm has taken the top prize among twelve slackliners who have competed in a competition in the Chinese city of Zhangjiajie.
At an altitude of over 1,000 metres, participants balance along a suspended length of flat webbing, tensioned between two anchor points.
Competitors from China, France, Spain, and other countries and regions were pitted against each other and had to walk on a 120-metre-long, 2.5-centimetre-wide and 2-millimeter-thick slackline.
Judging was based on the number of turnovers and overall distance travelled.
The distance covered and the number of turnovers made were the criteria for judging.