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  • n. Alternative spelling of free running.


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free +‎ running


  • This is called freerunning or - if you're French - parkour.

    Miami New Times | Complete Issue

  • Unlike the first-person console version of EA's "freerunning" game, the iPad edition of Mirror's Edge takes place from a side-view perspective.


  • The term "freerunning" was coined during the filming of "Jump London," as an Americanized version of the European "parkour."

    The Appalachian

  • i agree ... i never understood how kids these days get away with half the stuff they do ... anyone else ever get in trouble as a kid for running around and jumping off stuff like a power ranger? now they call it "freerunning" - it's just a pixel baby.

  • Freerunners, the acrobatic athletes jumping across rooflines, held the largest simultaneous freerunning event on September 26th, in over 75 cities around the world.

    Richard Graves: Global Civil Society Starts to Take Up the Climate Challenge

  • The yamakasi guys are more freerunning then parkour while David Belle is vice-versa

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Genius mario video

  • Ving Rhames plays a former champion who returns for personal reasons, and most impressively, Sebastian Foucan the freerunning bomb-maker from CASINO ROYALE as, well, Spider Man.

    "Up In The Air" (2009)

  • As shown in the picture above, the new levels look to be purely a playground for the fast, fluid freerunning the the story mode only occasionally got right.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: What's fun about freerunning is the freedom it gives you.

    CNN Transcript Aug 14, 2009

  • While the action might not be as uniquely breathtaking as the freerunning sequence in Casino Royale, it truly is heartpounding.

    Archive 2008-11-01


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