Parkour Generations in… Casino Buoyale

Posted: February 27, 2014 by kirisyko in Balance, Parkour


Ever since Sébastien Foucan hit our screens back in 2003 with Channel 4’s “Jump London”, Parkour, or “Free Running” has been steadily increasing in popularity. We love to be amazed and entertained by clips of fearless free runners leaping and climbing across urban landscapes. Search “Parkour” or “free running” on YouTube and the hits on most results run into the millions.

But what strikes me is the inherent underground nature of participation. Even with Parkour’s use in films, such as Casino Royale, the sport doesn’t seem to have become as widely taken up as I would have expected.

Perhaps the relatively low participation has been due to a lack of space available to run and jump in safely? Or because of issues and complaints that climbing on property can bring. Free running doesn’t always seem to be so… free.

Parkour Generations

However, Parkour Generations have come up with a…

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