Jump City

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  • 2011
  • 1 Season

Parkour is a complex discipline that developed out of military obstacle courses and has now been fully integrated into civilian life as an independent athletic endeavor. This is an opportunity to see the championships of this event and to witness all of the struggle and pain that goes into being able to successfully complete these challenges. No matter who wins, anyone who goes to the trouble of competing and is able to finish the course is already a winner for having undertaken such a complex and physically challenging task.

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Seasons
Semi-Finals
7. Semi-Finals
March 29, 2011
The playoffs are underway at Seattle City Hall.
Team Rogue vs Miami Freerunning
6. Team Rogue vs Miami Freerunning
March 22, 2011
Team Rogue member Drew Dreschel runs the Freestyle Round on the rooftops of the city. Check out how he starts off this sweet routine.
Tempest Freerunning vs. The Tribe
5. Tempest Freerunning vs. The Tribe
March 15, 2011
Team Tempest bounds across the rooftops of Seattle in a mad dash to show off their fearlessness as well as their speed. But will a broken toe slow these competitors down?
Tempest Freerunning vs. Miami Freerunning
4. Tempest Freerunning vs. Miami Freerunning
March 8, 2011
After a short profile on one of the legends of the sport, Brian "Nosole" Orosco, we get to watch him run a truly rad freestyle.
Team Rogue vs. The Tribe
3. Team Rogue vs. The Tribe
March 1, 2011
Rogue team member Jake Smith puts on a show for his competitors in an ill freestyle performance with a lot of flow.
The Tribe  vs. Miami Freerunning
2. The Tribe vs. Miami Freerunning
February 22, 2011
A rolled ankle on this course could cost you a few teeth. Watch The Tribe blaze through the Concrete Jungle. Then, maybe do some jumping jacks to feel better about yourself.
Tempest vs. Rogue at Seattle's City Hall
1. Tempest vs. Rogue at Seattle's City Hall
February 15, 2011
Series premiere.
Description

Parkour is a complex discipline that developed out of military obstacle courses and has now been fully integrated into civilian life as an independent athletic endeavor. This is an opportunity to see the championships of this event and to witness all of the struggle and pain that goes into being able to successfully complete these challenges. No matter who wins, anyone who goes to the trouble of competing and is able to finish the course is already a winner for having undertaken such a complex and physically challenging task.

  • Premiere Date
    February 15, 2011