Keith Crenshaw

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Soccer was my life for 14 years. I played on a nationally ranked team and made it to Division 1 soccer for LMU in California. Unfortunately I was unable to follow that dream. While playing soccer I followed parkour. I landed my first backflip in May of 2010 that is were parkour became my new life. It is my escape … Read More

Fernando Arce

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My name is Fernando Arce, I reside in Phoenix Arizona, and I’ve been an athlete most of my entire life. I’ve trained and competed in Taekwondo since 1995 as well as Track & Field, specifically Long & Triple Jump, since 2002. It wasn’t until 2008 where my interest in Freerunning & Parkour came to be. I wanted to back flip, … Read More

Jereme Sanders

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Jereme Sanders started Parkour in April of 2004 at the age of 15, after seeing a “Ripley’s Believe it or Not” segment on the first Parkour group: the Yamakasi. He saw these Frenchmen half way across the world moving in a way that he’d always dreamed of, and was instantly hooked. This was a year before Youtube was created, and … Read More

Brad Short

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My name is Brad Short, I am a 24 year old professional parkour athlete/coach/SAG-Aftra stuntman.  I am certified by the World Freerunning and Parkour Federation as a Parkour/Freerunning Coach.   Throughout most of my childhood and adolescent years I spent a lot of time participating in BMX racing with The National Bicycle League and competed on the expert level. I raced … Read More

Willie “WilJay” Moore

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“Life is about perspective… I realize that it is my obligation to give the next generation a new one”​ Willie “WilJay” Moore is an American actor, host, model, and parkour/freerunning athlete.  Mainly known for his quirky style and personality on his ever growing YouTube channel, Willie is always trying to expand what it means to be a versatile entertainer.  With … Read More

Zak Self

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Zak Self became a breakout athlete in the Parkour/Freerunning scene, when as a virtually unknown athlete, he placed in the top 10 at the 2016 WFPF Parkour Pro-Am Championship at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Zak is 25 years old and was born in Nashville, Tennessee but raised in Scottsdale, Arizona. He likes to say he’s “the proud product of … Read More

Sam Parham

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Sam Parham has been Freerunning for over 15 years, and gained particular recognition as one of the core members of 3RUN. Holder of 3 Guinness World Records, Sam has been a key pioneer of Parkour, communicating it to the masses through his videos, which have received millions of views world wide, most notably his Poetry in Motion. Sam soon began … Read More

Ryan Doyle

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For the last 12 years, Ryan Doyle has set the boundaries and continues to raise the bar in discovering what the human body is capable of, especially when it is not suppressed by what society says is ‘socially accepted behaviour’. Ryan was influenced by movement from age 1, Walking at only 7 months old, he quickly learned about gravity and … Read More