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Very positive, lighthearted and uplifting UK mainstream coverage of parkour, youth and the Internet (perfect for Grandma!) "What better way to spend your time?!"

 

See the BBC video report here>>

 

"BBC South East's went to ...to meet the TNPK Freerunners, who train regularly in parkour, or l'art du déplacement (meaning "the art of movement") and publish films about their sport online.

 

They were spotted by local photographer, Steve Collins, who has been capturing their art, as part of his, for a collection of works being displayed in an exhibition about Tunbridge Wells.

 

He is hoping that his images will show the amazing feats the members of the Freerunners can perform, and portray teenagers in a different, more positive, light."

 

 

[photos copyright Steve Collins Photography (momofoto)]

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The UK's always had a better understanding than anywhere else in the world (even Belle admits that). This kind of positibe coverage is always really nice to see. Too bad they mixed up parkour and freerunning though.

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