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Bulgarian boy won the Parkour world championship

Submitted on Tuesday, 7 October 2008No Comment
Bulgarian boy won the Parkour world championship

The Bulgarian Delyan Dimitrov – Dido won the first place in the world championship in parkour, which was conducted from October 3 to 5 in Germany. The championship exists for two years and has two categories – ‘Style’ and ‘Speed’. Dido won the first place in ‘Style’ together with Marcus Gustavsson from Switzerland.

Dido competed against competitors from the US, the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Sweden, Belgium, Spain and China. On the worlds in Germany 5 other Bulgarian boys competed: Georgi Karadzhov – Zhorko, Tsvetan Hristov – Tsetso, Georgi Pipkov – Zhu, Nikolay Yanev – Niki and Antoni Lutov – Shorty.

Parkour is a way of moving from one place to other jumping over and overcoming fast obstacles and distances.

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