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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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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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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.

This week the Debrief has contacted Robbie Griffith from our very own Developing Athlete Program.


PKG: How long have you been a Traceur?
R.G:
Just over 2years

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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.

This week the Debrief has contacted Katie McDonnell of 3Run, a very talented and inspirational traceuse 

PKG: How long have you been a Traceuse?

K.M:
Just over 3 years now.

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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 coutnry 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 seven and a half years now.

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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 coutnry and from all walks of life. Exclusively at ParkourGenerations.com.
 


PKG: How long have you been a traceur?
R.S:
A little over 3 years

PKG: What movements are you currently working on?
R.S:
I’m really enjoying sprinting at the moment

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