free running


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free running

n
(Gymnastics) another name for parkour
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The sport of free running, more commonly known as parkour, has certainly become more popular in recent years.
Officers have now pledged promised to take action in the county to curb free running by youths.
The high-risk free running mixology process for this distinct cocktail will see the bartender leave his usual spot behind the bar and embark on a daring run of the venue.
You are going to hear something about free running, that is running and jumping over obstacles.
Brian, 16, believes the daredevil sport known as free running has calmed him down and helped him focus on a career.
The PS500,000, 35,000sq ft Infinite Air centre, at Soccarena in New Ferens Park is set to open later this month, with more than 80 giant interconnected trampolines as well as dodgeball and basketball courts, and space for free running.
Curtis says free running is something that comes naturally to him after his tree-climbing exploits as a youngster developed into climbing buildings.
I HAVE been made aware of the current debate regarding proposed restrictions on dogs free running in local parks and other areas.
And with the 5K Riverside Run on June 1 and the 10th Tees Pride 10k on August 31, the charity - whch has 10 free running places available on the 5k - hopes people will run them in its name.
10 ( ANI ): Sebastien Foucan, a free runner who appeared in the 2006 epic James Bond movie 'Casino Royale' talks about how his life changed because of his free running skills.
A BUILDER has been jailed for a year after he shot two men practising free running on town centre rooftops.
The one-day festival will include BMX stunt bikes, skate boarding, street dancing, free running, circus skills, climbing towers, solar gazing, Chinese lion dancing, seven-a-side football, magician shows, face painting, bouncy castles, craft and recycling workshops.