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Parkour Challenge

General Information

DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES? Parkour is a sport of skill and creativity. It’s about using your body in ways we once thought were reserved for cats and monkeys. It’s a sport that combines physical agility, speed, strength, endurance, and coordination, with the mental acuity to do it differently than everyone before you.

 

This is a FUN Parkour competition for beginners and is open to all athletes ages 6 and up.

Competition Date(s)

Sunday, July 21, 2024

Registration Entry Fees & Deadlines

Registration Deadline: July 21

  • $35 for one event, $45 for two events, $55 for three events
  • Late Registration = $45/$55/$65 after July 17th

CLICK HERE FOR YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP INFO.

 

Competition Venue

Altitude Movement Gym (750 Garden of the Gods Rd #125, Colorado Springs, CO 80907)

Competition Format Details

Events/Disciplines

SPEED: The athlete moves from point A to point B in a timed race through a designed course of gates and touchpoints. Parkour athletes use their skill, agility, and confidence to move through the course as fast as possible.

FREESTYLE: Athletes will have 90 seconds to show any flip or trick of the top athletes’ best skills and combinations. Skills can range from rolls and cartwheels to flips with full twists off of equipment or your best websters and Arabians. Your own limitation is your own imagination. Athletes are judged on flow, versatility, difficulty, and execution. Athletes will be given 15 minutes prior to their event to create their “flow line.”

TAG: Competitors are randomly split into heats of 4 within their given division; athlete order is randomized. Heats will run 16 chases each lasting 20 seconds with 10 second reset time.

 

If an evasion is successful, the evader earns a point and remains on the course to be chased by the next tagger.  If a tag occurs, no points are awarded. The tagger becomes the evader to be chased by the next tagger. The winner is the evader with the most points. If there is anything larger than a 2-way tie, then a new heat is created. Any tie of two athletes in a heat will result in a sudden death tiebreaker. A successful evasion wins the tiebreaker.

 

Age determination date for all divisions: 

  • Athlete’s age as of December 31, 2023. (Any athlete may select to compete in an older AGE GROUP.)

Additional Notes

  • Athletes will have warm-up time on their designated course prior to their event
  • All preparation for the course run must be done prior to the start of the event

Divisions

Athletes are grouped into brackets based on age. The minimum age to compete is 6 years old. (Age brackets are based on age as of December 31st, 2023.)

 

8U – for ages 6-8  (birth year 2017-2015)

11U – for ages 9-11 (birth year 2014-2012)

15U – for ages 12-15 (birth year 2011-2008)

Adult – for ages 16-34 (birth year 2007-1989)

Masters – for ages 35+ (birth year before 1988)

Pros (16+ … qualified to compete within the past year for FIG, USPK, or USAPK Regional or National competition)

Competition Rules and Format

Speed – (use USAPK rules)

 

Freestyle – (use RMPC rules)

 

Tag – (combine World Chase Tag rules and RMPC)

Competition Schedule

11:00am – Check in and warm up for all participants

11:30am – Competition begins

 

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*The RMSG has a NO REFUND policy.  Click here for details on eligibility, inclement weather, refunds, etc.

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