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2019 North American Parkour Championship (NAPC7)

The 2019 North American Parkour Championship (NAPC7) garnered the highest level of competition in the world with bringing out top skill, speed, and style athletes in their respective specialties. With more than double the number of qualified athletes, we saw a much larger array of competition and many new faces in the sport parkour scene. In both the men’s and women’s divisions we saw an incredible display of talent with a couple athletes taking podium spots in multiple categories.  In…

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Art of Retreat 2019

The Art of Retreat is an idea-exchange platform supporting education, development, and leadership within Parkour. We come together twice a year, in the Spring and the Fall, to exchange new ideas and information across a wide array of subjects including coaching methods, education theory, best business practices, scientific research, architectural and urban design, global trends, and local community building. Come join us for the 5th Art of Retreat! We will be returning to Lake Wenatchee (Leavenworth, WA) for another year…

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Summit Parkour Intensive

Summit 2019 will bring together a national team of guest coaches, athletes, and participants to celebrate the practice of parkour and related movements. This three-day parkour intensive offers exploration applications, specialized workshops, and collaborative experiences to learn about, to widen, or to deepen your practice. No experience is necessary! Beginners to advanced athletes are all welcomed. This year’s Summit brings new and returning guest coaches including including Lorena Abreu, Christian Anderson, Jesse Danger, Ryan Mallon, Frank Mejia, Sparsha Pun, Christie Thomas, Nikkie Zanevsky,…

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August DC Area Women’s Parkour Meetup

We are back to our regularly scheduled program for August’s meetup! For those of you who attended the North American Women’s Parkour Gathering, we hope you had fun! For August, we’ll be meeting at Gateway Park in Rosslyn. It’ll likely be toasty, so please bring sunscreen and plenty of water! As always, this meetup is open to all levels, so invite your (lady)friends. Whether it’s your first time trying parkour, or if you’ve been training for years, we hope you’ll…

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