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Parkour Freerun Fail Compilation

One of many great things about freerunning / parkour is the freedom you feel while becoming one with the environment around you. Unfortunately, one misstep can completely change that experience into one of pain and injury and no parkour runner wants to become a slave to an injury.

The video below features a compilation of parkour and freerunning fails. These are the missteps that no parkour runner wants to take whether an amateur (like many in this video) or on a more pro level…

Parkour Fails Compilation


US Red Bull Art of Motion Promo

In the Fall of 2010, thousands of people showed up to the US Red Bull Art of Motion competition where parkour athletes and freerunners used their skills to overcome obstacles in a competition judged by many well-known parkour athletes.

The following video is a promo/review posted by Red Bull of the experience. And below it we have a video of the winning run by Yohann Leroux.

U.S. Red Bull Art of Motion

Winning Art of Motion Run (amateur video)


Ultimate Parkour Challenge – Westfield Mall

(MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge – Season 1, Episode 6) Have you ever wanted to do parkour inside a mall and have free reign without fear of getting into trouble? Well for the final episode of season 1 of MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge, the top six contenders get to face off for the ultimate champion of season 1 to be crowned.

The final episode consists of all five winners of each episode and Tim “Livewire” Shieff. How did he get in? Because in the four episodes he appeared in, he made it to the finals in each one.

Like with the other episodes, the groups are first divided into teams to make a video. The teams are:

Team 1: Michael Turner, Ben Jenkin, Ryan Doyle
Team 2: Pip Andersen, Tim Shieff, Daniel Ilabaca

And the winner is…

MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge

Ultimate Parkour Challenge – Pershing Square

(MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge – Season 1, Episode 5) Interestingly enough, the places not readily available for free to the public (Queen Mary, Melody Ranch, Hollyridge Castle) have made for the most interesting episodes of the Ultimate Parkour Challenge. Now, like with Venice Beach, we go back to a public location for Episode 5 of the Ultimate Parkour Challenge. That location is Pershing Square. Now even though it’s a public location, the urban environment really bring parkour back to its roots, making for a fun episode to watch.

For this challenge, the group is once again divided into two teams of three people each.

Team 1: Daniel Ilabaca, Pip Anderson, Daniel Arroyo
Team 2: Ben Jenkin, King David, Oleg Vorslav

Missing this week is Tim “Livewire” Shieff who had made it to the final stage in every episode prior to this one, but failed to win. In the last episode (Hollyridge Castle), he was looking a bit tired in the final stage, so it’s nice for him to get a break here.

MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge

Ultimate Parkour Challenge – Hollyridge Castle

(MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge – Season 1, Episode 4) As we get to episode 4, we notice an unexplained format change where the teams are now three each instead of four. This is likely due to injuries. For this episode, MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge goes to Hollyridge Castle, which is also known as Hollywood Castle. It’s a privately owned castle that is rented out for filming, vacations, etc.. How much, you ask? How about $30,000 a month? The castle was built in 1974.

Like with the last episode, the final individual challenge is based on skills versus time and this one was an easy decision as you see. But we’ve jumped ahead in time. Let’s back it up. First is the video challenge. Here are the two teams of three:

Team 1: Ryan Doyle, Pip Andersen, Michael Turner
Team 2: Tim Shieff, David Ilabaca, Oleg Vorslav

One of the teams just kills it on the video – the best video so far in the Ultimate Parkour Challenge series. Overall this is another great episode of Ultimate Parkour Challenge…

MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge

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