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Read the text. Think of the word which best fits each gap. Write the correct word in each gap (9 – 16).
If you wander through a park or green space on a sunny day, you may come across groups of people taking part slacklining. This fascinating sport is extremely simple yet simultaneously very challenging. The goal of slacklining is to walk along a cord, or piece of flat woven fabric, has been strung between two trees. Nothing more, nothing less! For beginners, the cord is normally suspended approximately 1 meter the ground. Advanced slackliners can hang the cord higher, or even string it up buildings. The length of the cord can vary. a general rule, the greater the distance, the more difficult it is to walk from one end to the other. When people first try slacklining, they tend to a hard time finding their balance. , with practice they learn to walk greater and greater distances. Sports similar to slacklining have existed for thousands of years. The modern-day version is believed to from the 1970s.