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Parkour & Freerunning- Tempest Academy Event

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Allie Mac Kay was live from Tempest Freerunning Academy in Chatsworth. First Ever
World Champion Of Freerunning, Gabe Nunez gives details of ‘Tempest Pro Takeover’, which will feature the world’s best freerunners and parkour athletes.

The best freerunning and parkour athletes from around the globe will converge on Los Angeles in the firstever Tempest Pro Takeover.  Starting Feb. 18, an international community of top traceurs and freerunners will come together in the U.S. in a neverbeforeseen collective, weeklong event to advance their sport. Featuring champions from Red Bull Art of Motion and American Ninja Warrior, YouTube superstars, and Hollywood stunt men and women, these worldclass athletes will not only develop their own styles and knowledge, but also share their vast knowledge with the public through specialized workshops and a massive “Jam” (an open session) at the Tempest Freerunning Academy in Chatsworth, Calif.

For a list of Tempest Freerunning Academy events click here
Tempest Freerunning Academy
19821 Nordhoff Place, #115
Los Angeles
(818) 717-0525

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  • Sean

    With all due respect – this video is a complete disgrace to our discipline. “Take that frenchies…” ??? Has this station even done any research on the history of Parkour and Freerunning?

    What happened to the principles that the discipline was founded on: humility, respect, self challenge, loyalty, and non-competition?

    And what happened to good reporting?

    I’m saddened and disappointed in this station. How humiliating.