On November 15, 2015 Théo Sanson walked nearly 500 meters on a highline rigged from The Rectory to Castleton Tower in Castle Valley, Utah - likely a new world record. Théo Sanson discovered climbing just before turning 18 and fell madly in love with it, climbing everyday. But it came to a screeching halt at 20 when he took a huge fall, bouncing off the cliff, followed by an arduous three years recovery. During his recovery, Théo was looking for a sport he could enjoy. According to the doctors he could walk, but absolutely no weight on his back. e.g. Nothing requiring a back pack. Luckily, during this period, Théo discovered slacklining and learned to walk, not only on the ground. As he improved, Théo met the Flying Frenchies (an extreme sports, acrobatic, performance team) and was introduced to highlining techniques. Within 6 months Théo knew THIS was going to be his profession one way or an other. He's never looked back.
Timmy O’Neill traded a berth with his six Philadelphia siblings at the age of 19 for a bus ticket out west. Along the way, he discovered climbing, mountain biking, and adventuring worldwide and currently makes his home in Boulder, CO. He is a founder of Paradox Sports, a national organization dedicated to improving people’s lives by creating physical adaptive sports communities built to inspire. When not hosting global events and sharing his unquenched enthusiasm for life through music and comedy, he contributes ophthalmic surgical care to communities in need in Asia and Africa through Cure Blindness.
Born and raised in the city of sin, Libby attempts to counter the notion that everything that happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. Once freed from the confines of university, Libby moved to the Bay Area to work as a pediatric cardiac nurse and the coincidental proximity to Yosemite led to a rekindling of a childhood obsession with rock climbing and a new love of slacklining / highlining. Eventually she transferred her medical and rock climbing skills to a position on Yosemite’s Search and Rescue Team. While living and working there, Libby developed a need for speed and completed several El Cap in a Day ascents as well as the El Cap/Half Dome link up. She currently holds the women’s speed record for the Nose of El Capitan with Mayan Smith-Gobat. In between her summers spent working on Yosemite’s Search and Rescue Team, Libby began to travel the world, both for sport and for nursing. She has put up new routes in Chile, Mexico and Thailand while also climbing in established local’s from Tasmania to Europe. Working and volunteering for the Novick Cardiac Alliance, Libby was able to mix her desire to explore and her passion for pediatric cardiac nursing in countries such as Urkaine, Ecuador, Libya, Iraq, Kyrgyzstan and the Dominican Republic.

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