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The Debrief puts questions to people from every aspect of the global parkour community - from lifelong practitioners to newcomers to professional coaches and performers, from every country and from all walks of life. Exclusively at ParkourGenerations.com

 

Name: Zeeshan Shaikh a.k.a. Zee

Age: 24

Location: Dubai / India

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The Debrief puts questions to people from every aspect of the global parkour community - from lifelong practitioners to newcomers to professional coaches and performers, from every country and from all walks of life. Exclusively at ParkourGenerations.com

 

Name: Nabeel Merchant (aka Nabster)

Age: 24

Location: Dubai/India

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The Debrief puts questions to people from every aspect of the global parkour community - from lifelong practitioners to newcomers to professional coaches and performers, from every country and from all walks of life. Exclusively at ParkourGenerations.com

 

Name: Chris Wright

Age: 24

Location: Lerwick, Shetland Isles

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The Debrief puts questions to people from every aspect of the global parkour community - from lifelong practitioners to newcomers to professional coaches and performers, from every country and from all walks of life. Exclusively at ParkourGenerations.com

 

PKG: How long have you been a traceur?

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The Debrief puts questions to people from every aspect of the global parkour community - from lifelong practitioners to newcomers to professional coaches and performers, from every country and from all walks of life. Exclusively at ParkourGenerations.com.

PKG: How long have you been a Traceur?
J.L:
I have been training for 1 year and 2 months.

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The Debrief puts questions to people from every aspect of the global parkour community - from lifelong practitioners to newcomers to professional coaches and performers, from every country and from all walks of life. Exclusively at ParkourGenerations.com.

PKG: How long have you been a Traceur?
O.T: I’ve been training for about 7 years as a Traceur and 3 years before that as a gymnast and muay thai.

PKG: What movements are you currently working on?

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The Debrief puts questions to people from every aspect of the global parkour community - from lifelong practitioners to newcomers to professional coaches and performers, from every country and from all walks of life. Exclusively at ParkourGenerations.com.

PKG: How long have you been a Traceuse?

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The Debrief puts questions to people from every aspect of the global parkour community - from lifelong practitioners to newcomers to professional coaches and performers, from every country and from all walks of life. Exclusively at ParkourGenerations.com.

PKG: How long have you been a Traceur?
R.C: I have been a Traceur now for just under 8 years, I started parkour just as I was starting year 7 at secondary school from the age of 11. It was such a great thing to find at such a young age!

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The Debrief puts questions to people from every aspect of the global parkour community - from lifelong practitioners to newcomers to professional coaches and performers, from every country and from all walks of life. Exclusively at ParkourGenerations.com.

 

PKG: How long have you been a Traceur?
AJB: I started training in 2007, but didn't get really serious until 2010-2011

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The Debrief puts questions to people from every aspect of the global parkour community - from lifelong practitioners to newcomers to professional coaches and performers, from every country and from all walks of life. Exclusively at ParkourGenerations.com.

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