A Colombian parkour athlete, hung on his mates’ hands, climbs on the wall during a training session of Tamashikaze team in a park in Kennedy, Bogotá, Colombia. A Colombian parkour athlete, hung on his mates’ hands, climbs on the wall during a training session of Tamashikaze team in a park in Kennedy, Bogotá, Colombia.
Cristian Lozano, a parkour runner from Tamashikaze team, spins around the footbridge railing during a free running training exercise in Bogotá, Colombia. Cristian Lozano, a parkour runner from Tamashikaze team, spins around the footbridge railing during a free running training exercise in Bogotá, Colombia.
A Colombian parkour athlete jumps from the wall during a free running training session of Plus Parkour team in Bogotá, Colombia. A Colombian parkour athlete jumps from the wall during a free running training session of Plus Parkour team in Bogotá, Colombia.
Cristian Lozano, a parkour runner from Tamashikaze team, climbs on the footbridge during a free running training session in Bogotá, Colombia. Cristian Lozano, a parkour runner from Tamashikaze team, climbs on the footbridge during a free running training session in Bogotá, Colombia.
A Colombian parkour runner shows off his acrobatic skills during a free running training session in Bogotá, Colombia. A Colombian parkour runner shows off his acrobatic skills during a free running training session in Bogotá, Colombia.
Logan Franco, a parkour runner from Tamashikaze team, shows blisters caused by wall jumping during a free running training session in Bogotá, Colombia. Logan Franco, a parkour runner from Tamashikaze team, shows blisters caused by wall jumping during a free running training session in Bogotá, Colombia.
Jose Rodriguez, a parkour athlete from Plus Parkour team, does a back flip as he practices his acrobatics skills during a training exercise in Bogotá, Colombia. Jose Rodriguez, a parkour athlete from Plus Parkour team, does a back flip as he practices his acrobatics skills during a training exercise in Bogotá, Colombia.

Parkour in Bogotá

Bogotá, Colombia – February - March 2016

Parkour, originally developed in France during the late 1980s from military training, is a physical activity, focused on the art of movement and overcoming obstacles in a strictly urban environment. Practitioners of parkour employ running, climbing, jumping, rolling and other movements to pass through any urban area the most efficient way possible.

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