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[APK-News]Parkour in Danger in Cambridge, England!

rssIcon.gif Parkour in Danger in Cambridge, England!

The legality of parkour is being threatened in Cambridge, England this time. The article states that complaints about nuisance and damage are on the increase and the police

are working with the city council and free runner Owen Covill to reduce

the impact. The police recognize the skill and athleticism of the athletes, but are concerned about the personal risk and potential structural damage. The hotspots on the line are the Lion Yard, Manor Place, Hanover

and Princess Court, the Synagogue on Thompson’s Lane, university

buildings and Shire Hall. You can read the article on Cambridge-news.co.uk. (http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/cn_news_home/displayarticle.asp?id=471535)

Gabriel Arnold brings up a good point on his blog, Motion 2.0 (http://motion2.wordpress.com/2009/12/16/parkour-damaging-property/), when he talks about Owen Covill. He’s a respected, long time traceur from the UK and a member of TraceHQ, a UK group with a huge number of notable practitioners in its ranks like Phil Doyle, Teige “Teghead” Mathews-Palmer, Daniel Ilabaca, David Sedgley, and Olivia Rowlands. I think if anyone has the Parkour community’s wants at heart it’s Owen and company. Hopefully a happy medium can be found quickly. Good luck to the Traceurs and Freerunners of Cambridge, we'll support you how we can! Discuss this in our thread. (http://www.americanparkour.com/smf/index.php/topic,22911.0.html)

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Category: The News - Latest

Publish Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2009 20:08:05 +0100


Source: American Parkour

Description: American Parkour syndication

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