We talk about everything that's going in the world of Parkour and Freerunning, as well as bring you conversations with some of the most experienced and traveled Parkour athletes in the world. Brought to you by Team Farang.
info_outline A new Red Bull sponsored athlete? 03/05/2021
A new Red Bull sponsored athlete? In recent weeks, Archie got picked up by Russia as the latest Red Bull sponsored Freerunner. Today we talk to Jason Paul about the ins and outs of that process and how things have changed in his 12 years with Red Bull.
info_outline #11 - wtf are we doing in 2021? 01/11/2021
#11 - wtf are we doing in 2021? 2020 being the dumpster fire that it was, we didn't get to enact many the plans we had for Team Farang. But new years being the arbitrary resets that they are, we decided to share our new plans and what will most likely be the next set of disappointments for the coming year. Enjoy.
info_outline #7 - Being a Redbull sponsored athlete 07/09/2019
#7 - Being a Redbull sponsored athlete Jason Paul has been a Red Bull athlete for 8 years and today we talk about what that is like, the opportunities it opens up, the challenges of the job, and the ins and outs of being part of the Red Bull family.
info_outline #6 - Own The Spot Wrap Up 07/02/2019
#6 - Own The Spot Wrap Up Dom breaks down all the happening at Own The Spot, the latest event out of The Netherlands. With a novel new competition format, an “outdoor” speed comp, and a sick grass roots vibe, the community has really come out in force for this one.
info_outline #3 - How to get FAMOUS in the Parkour community 04/30/2019
#3 - How to get FAMOUS in the Parkour community For better or worse, people everywhere are seeking fame and recognition for something (sometimes nothing) or other. Jason and I talk about our experience on this topic and dish out some advice on the right and wrong ways to go about doing this.
info_outline #1 - Is social media killing parkour authenticity? 02/26/2019
#1 - Is social media killing parkour authenticity? Today's conversation was sparked by a controversial post made by Callum Powell (Storror) not too long ago. In one of his captions, Callum was very critical of the tactics being used by other athletes, "switching up their entire creative output from game-changing, highest level Parkour content to wannabe-viral comedy clips". He argued that pandering to muggles was not pushing the sport in a positive way.