Two Cuban acrobats on the Chinese pole, performing at Grenoble. Chinese poles are vertical poles on which circus performers climb, slide down and hold poses. The poles are generally between 3 and 9 metres (10 and 30 ft) in height and approximately 5 to 8 cm (2 to 3 inches) in diameter. Photo: Ludovic Péron
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HOLY CRAP Chinese pole - Iron X holding a handstand. I will be perfectly happy if I could just do Iron X by myself...
The performers climb up and slide down a steel, floor-rigged pole (between 3 and 9 metres tall) and using the friction between the skin and equipment, assume and hold various positions. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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Leosvel Diosmani Cuban artists and the Chinese pole, amazing!
Leosvel and Diosmani performing on the chinese pole.
HOLY CRAP Chinese pole - Iron X holding a handstand.
Photo of Rock'n'Roll dancing. The "Swan", a popular acrobatic in the lower classes.
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Nude male acrobats. Kyle Kier and Stephane Haffner. Photo by John Falocco.