Follow your passion for Parkour!

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Why there is no better time than now to follow your passion for Parkour?  The year is 1980. You have a passion for an unnamed acrobatic movement that is starting to be labelled as Parkour/Freerunning. You dream of traveling the world, inspiring others through movement. But the path to sharing that passion with the world is tricky. Finding people that … Read More

WFPF YouTube

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We are excited to announce the rebirth of the WFPF YouTube account. The great news is that we aren’t doing this alone. We have the backing of big hitters: Shawn Bautista Shawn in the custom Parkour Pants and tee combo We even have the latest in the series of International Parkour Certifications Live from Portugal now online: And … Read More

Calen Chan

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Calen has taken the FreeRunning world by storm in the past few years. Placing in Major competitions from Las Vegas to Greece, Calen has very quickly become known for pushing the boundaries, creating new movements and skills that were previously never even thought possible.   Calen has travelled the globe performing live shows, and is a consistent Viral hit for … Read More

Joey Adrian

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Joey is an absolute phenom. He has placed on the podium of just about every major competition he has competed in and was the FIRST place Champion of the WFPF “Jump Off” World Championships in Las Vegas of 2017!  In addition his list of podiums include:   NAPC 4 times (three 1st place), AoM, Airwipp, & APEX Int. His career as a … Read More

Alexander Baiturin

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I was born and raised in the city Vladivostok in Russia. My dad always worked hard to train me in different sports, karate, wrestling, but they was not for me. In 2005, I found Parkour and as soon as I started training, I understood that it was my sport, my life, my style, and hoped perhaps that it could also … Read More

Cato Aspmo

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I grew up in a town called Filipstad in sweden. Small town where there wasn’t a lot to do really. So we had to be creative. I spent my day drawing painting training judo or skateboarding. When i was 16 i went to judo gymnasium and was in the swedish national judo team. Competed all over europe. In 2004 have only … Read More

Erik Mukhametshin

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I`m Erik Mukhametshin, I’m from Samarkand (Uzbekistan) and I’ve been training more than 15 years! I started when I was maybe 2-3 years old. My mom went with me to the gym (Judo) and I saw some people doing flips, I was amazed and I really wanted to do flips too. I tried some flips onto a crashmat and afterwards … Read More

Robbie Corbett

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From Sebastian, Florida!In high school participated in all things athletic, from wrestling to cheer leading even diving off bridges, waterfalls, & hotel balconies, at 19 I started coaching Gymnastic and became a Certified Fitness Trainer. In 2008 I finally got bored in FL. decided to move out to Los Angeles to be in the Entertainment Industry! Since then I have … Read More

Carlo ‘Karl FOW’ Peraza

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My name is Carlo ‘Karl FOW’ Peraza. I started Parkour approximately 8 years ago. My evolution has been rapid and fruitful, thanks to the physical and psychological training that I have developed throughout my life and even more now thanks to PARKOUR. This society is repressive with people who have different thoughts and do not accept evolution, right now few … Read More

Vinnie Coryell

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I’ve always been extremely passionate about everything I do. Parkour is no different. I first started training in October of 2008. When I was just weeks old, I was diagnosed with the genetic disease known as Cystic Fibrosis. A life long disease that affects the lungs and pancreas. Growing up I was in the hospital frequently and had a hard … Read More