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We often hear people saying they would love to start parkour but they can't due to being too unfit, uncoordinated, old, out of shape or some similar limitation - when we know full well that anyone in the world can take up parkour and benefit from it, no matter what physical state they are in. Anyone still thinking otherwise should take a look at the inspirational James Rudge in this BBC article, a young man with only one arm who has become proficient in the discipline.

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Our London Parkour Classes will feature in the forthcoming 'Oxford Street' 10-part BBC TV series, showcasing the variety of activities that go on in and around the famous London high street. 

A camera crew from the BBC followed tonight's Outdoor Class around the central London area, interviewing the coaching team and practitioners, to get an insight into our regular public-access classes. 

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Parkour Invades Television Centre

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Today saw the team working at British television's historic home, BBC Television Centre in central London, on the last action shoot the site will ever see - as it's closing down this month with the BBC relocating to brand new HQ. 

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As everyone in the UK no doubt already knows, the world-famous and historic home of BBC television over the last 50 years - BBC Television Centre - is closing down this month as the corporation relocates to new buildings in London. What you don't know is that part of its big farewell programming will feature a complete tour of the iconic building and its grounds through the eyes of parkour practitioners...

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BBC Comedy Shoot

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This week we're shooting for a brand new BBC TV project involving actress and comedienne Cariad Lloyd in London, UK. 

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The BBC website's own news magazine has just published an article on the modern Russian Orthodox church and a large section of it focuses on their work using Parkour to inspire wayward teens. It's inspiring to see a programme started with Dan and Stephane's help back in 2009 is still running and successful.

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BBC World Service Radio Piece

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Last week a few of the team were tailed by the BBC World Service who wanted to record the 'sounds of Parkour' and take some photos of training. The original plan was to train somewhere near the Olympic park, but the crowds and security meant that the guys had to move to Plaistow where the radio piece was recorded and photos taken. The recording was used as part of a segment on the street sounds of London and can be found on the BBC website here

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BBC Covers Parkour for 2012 Olympics

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As part of the ongoing press coverage of and related to the London Olympics, the BBC will today be interviewing and shooting with our team in East London, this time for a BBC World Service feature. 

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Orangutan Study Results

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Earlier in the year we sent a few of our team to Birmingham University where they underwent a series of tests as part of a study aimed at learning more on energy expenditure in Orangutans. The premise was that Traceurs move in a similar way to the primates and therefore would be able to reveal how energy was conserved or spent moving around the Orangutans rainforest home.

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Tomorrow morning, Team Member Chris Keighley will be seated on one of the most famous couches in the country as he greets millions of Brits by talking about the current study we are engaged in with Birmingham University on researching primate movement. 

Alongside Chris will be Dr Lewis Halsey of Roehampton University, who is leading the study project

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