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Red Bull Art of Motion: Tampa
- SEP 16, 2010
- Ryan Doyle
- Red Bull Art of Motion - Boston, Red Bull Art of Motion - Tampa
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- More than 4,000 people came out to Tampa’s historic Centro Ybor district to check out a truly unique parkour experience at Red Bull Art of Motion. Unfamiliar to The States, parkour combines the physical disciplines of gymnastics, martial arts, and pure instinct to overcome obstacles within one’s path by adapting movements to their surroundings. During the first round of the competition, each competitor had 90 seconds to freestyle across the course showing off on and utilizing several different obstacles and features. Yohann Leroux of Paris, France claimed the title as the first-ever U.S. Red Bull Art of Motion champion.
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