What is parkour
Parkour has become increasingly popular in recent years and is often performed in urban environments, such as city parks and buildings, but can be practised anywhere. The discipline has also inspired other forms of movement-based training, such as freerunning and obstacle course racing.
Who are the parkour stars of today
There are several well-known parkour athletes and performers who have gained recognition and a following for their skills and style. Here are a few of the top parkour stars of today:
- David Belle: often considered the founder of parkour, David Belle is known for his innovative and creative approach to the discipline.
- Sebastien Foucan: Foucan is known for his acrobatic and athletic style, and for incorporating elements of freerunning into his parkour training and performances.
- Ryan Doyle: Doyle is a well-known freerunner and parkour athlete, known for his smooth and flowing movements.
- Anis Cheurfa: Cheurfa is a French parkour athlete and performer, known for his creativity and precision in his movements.
- Tim Shieff: Shieff is a British freerunner and parkour athlete, known for his acrobatic and dynamic style.
These are just a few examples of the many talented and skilled parkour athletes and performers who have gained recognition and a following for their abilities. The sport continues to grow in popularity, and there are many talented individuals who are pushing the boundaries of what is possible in parkour and movement-based disciplines.
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