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Byline: GEMMA JALEEL @gemmajaleel PARKOUR experts including world champion Ryan Doyle laid on a VIP treat displaying their free-running skills.
Introduction Born in France, Parkour involves practitioners (called traceurs) training to overcome obstacles in their path by adapting their movements (Typically running, climbing, jumping, vaulting and quadrupedal movement) to the given environment for the purpose of reaching somewhere or something or escaping from someone or something.
Parkour athletes take part in many action movies with their artistic movements.
Earlier this week, parkour artist Ronnie Shalvis, donned in classic "(http://www.
Newcastle's own take on parkour will form part of this year's Urban Games which will turn the city centre into a playground between August 17 and 19.
Since they were too young for the gym we had to choose another activity so after a lot of enquiries, we zeroed in Parkour for our 11 year old daughter and 6 year old son," says 39 year old Vandana Teotia Chandra.
Coun Jim O'Boyle, cabinet member for children and young people, and the council's youth service, helped get funding to give people in the city a space to practise free running, or parkour - where they jump off walls and steps and balance on ledges.
For parkour enthusiasts, the urban environment offers endless opportunities.