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Flying trapeze

Flying trapeze
Trapeze dates back to 1856, when Jules Leotard used to swing from cables attached to air vents over the pool of his parents’ gymnasium in Toulouse, France. One day he attached a metal bar to the cables and the Flying Trapeze was born. Leotard performed his first feats at a Cirque Napoleon in Paris, now called Cirque d’Hiver in 1859. The traditional flyer’s costume, the leotard, is named after him. Circus artists still perform at Cirque d’Hiver almost 150 years after Leotard. A brief history of the trapeze
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