Since the very first jump, the Parkour world has been changing & evolving. There has always been debate what we do and why we do it. Vice President, Amy Han, has written this wonderful piece on the nuance of Parkour culture, competition, and hope for the future. Parkour as a spectacle is easy to define. […]
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We are coming up to the giving season and in true giving spirit, we are launching the APA Blood Drive! This is a campaign to encourage everyone in the parkour community (who can) to donate blood. According to the Red Cross, 1 in 3 Australians will need donated blood, but only 1 in 30 make […]
Earlier this month, the world’s first Do it in a Dress: Global Parkour Jam for Change happened, led by Amy Han from Melbourne, who also happens to be our Vice Pres! Amy volunteers as an ambassador for One Girl, a charity on a mission to raise awareness and funds for girls in Africa to go […]
On Saturday, the Association celebrated its 10th birthday, surrounded by practitioners at the 2016 NatGat in Brisbane. There was BBQ, videos, training all weekend and cake! In 10 years we have seen parkour grow and grow in Australia, we have taught thousands of students and trained hundreds of instructors. The Association its self has had to grow […]
Tracuers all around Australia are still on the come-down from an awesome week of training in Perth for this year’s Annual National Gathering. Around 80 traceurs from all around the country (as well as a big group from Singapore and some special guests from the UK) converged on Perth city for about 4 days of […]