Welcome to the Free Running Wiki - an English-language collection of knowledge about free running, parkour and the related disciplines. Anyone is welcome to edit or create pages which contribute to the site, and there is no requirement for pages to be perfectly written - they can be improved over time by other members.
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There are currently 418 articles. Help expand the wiki by creating or improving articles!
- Moves — Movements related to free running or parkour
- Teams — Well-known teams
- People — Practitioners of the disciplines
- Videos — Revolutionary movement videos
- Competitions — Competitions based around free running
- Locations — Hotspots around the world
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You are free to edit any article you want, however to make it easier we have these categories:
- Wanted pages - Pages that are linked to but have not been written yet
- Articles needing expansion - Pages in desperate need of more information
- Biographies needing a photo - Profile pages which don't have a photo yet
- Articles needing references - Pages with claims or facts with no sources to back them up
- Articles needing rewriting - Mostly pages which were copied and pasted straight from another site
- July 1 - An improved Kalenji Success has been announced which will be in stores December 2011
- June 26 - Scott Skelton makes a return to tricking after a year-long injury
- May 25 - The Alliance freerunning film, featuring Pip Andersen, Scott Jackson, Tim Shieff and others, goes on sale.
- May 1 - Urban Freeflow start the FR World Series video competition
- April 2 - Tempest Freerunning launch their own freerunning academy
- March 21 - Tim Shieff wins Red Bull Art of Motion 2011, followed by Marcus Gustaffson and Ryan Doyle