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tra·ceur

 (trä-so͞or′, -sœr′)
n.
One who participates in parkour.

[French, tracer, traceur, from tracer, to trace, map out (a route), move quickly, from Old French tracier, to trace; see trace1.]
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traceur

(træˈsɜː)
n
(Gymnastics) a participant in the sport or activity of parkour
[C20: French,literally: one who traces]
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