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Published on Jul 31, 2012
A short film on this year's two-week long Parkour training camp in the wonderful location of Morzine, France.
Taught by Master Coaches Chris 'Blane' Rowat and Andy Pearson, the 2012 Morzine camp had many students travelling from as far as Canada, China and New Zealand to train in the beautiful mountain town near Geneva.
A film by Andrew Pearson.
Working around the world for over a decade, the founding members of Parkour Generations came together to create a vehicle to transmit the incredibly strong benefits and positive effects of this amazing art form. Comprised of founders, pioneers and principal developers of the discipline from across all generations, Parkour Generations is the authentic, original parkour collective.
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