] Six members of two restless clans called the Street
] Ninjas and Gravity Pac circled each other at Grand Central
] Terminal last Sunday. ... Satisfied, they started clasping
] hands, knocking elbows and throwing down French slang.
] The spread of parkour into the woods of Georgia and the
] deserts of Arizona occurred almost entirely through the
] boundlessness of Internet message boards.
] "The American scene is a sleeping Joe at the moment," he said,
] adding that it is only a matter of time before an American
] leader emerges.
] "You need an open mind, and away you go."
] Transatlantic divide? Says who?
He's pretty much considered the founder of this whole movement. To call this "freestyle walking" as some people call it is really not doing him justice. He's in a league of his own.
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