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Zipline installed on Eiffel Tower for adrenaline junkies

2017年 6月 5日 Monday - 01:12

Adrenaline junkies are able to zip down from the second floor of the Eiffel Tower after bottled water vendor Perrier installed zip wires to celebrate the French Open. They zip down at 90 km/h, which is apparently the speed of a tennis ball after it's smashed. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Do you want to know how fast a tennis ball goes? Zip down a line strung from the second floor of the Eiffel tower, 115 meters above the ground. During the French Open, bottled water vendor Perrier are giving volunteers the opportunity to zip down at 90 km/h, the speed of a tennis ball being smashed. Volunteer Julien Bidet, 39, said he both feared and loved the experience, while 19-year-old Celia Bresson said she had plunged into the emptiness without a doubt in her mind. Parisians and tourists who take the plunge will land on a platform in the Champs de Mars park at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, next to the Perrier Village where spectators will be able to follow tennis matches on a big screen throughout the week.

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Zipline installed on Eiffel Tower for adrenaline junkies

2017年 6月 5日 Monday - 01:12