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  • n. Plural form of traceur.

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Examples

  • Practitioners are known as traceurs, from the French word meaning to draw, trace, or go fast.

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  • In recent years parkour practitioners - the men are called traceurs, women traceuses - have helped enliven several old-school action entertainments, including the first film in the rebooted James Bond series and the last installment in the

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  • Practitioners of parkour - known as traceurs - practice manipulating their movement to make the most efficient gains in distance and most effective means of enduring obstacles.

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  • Parkour practitioners are also known as traceurs (for women it's traceuses), which is a French parkour term.

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  • Its practitioners, called traceurs, aim to move from one point to another with maximum efficiency, coincidentally exhibiting extraordinary grace and transforming otherwise static city terrain into a mobile gymnasium.

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  • In fact, aficianados of the sport call themselves "traceurs," meaning something like "followers," in that they're following David Belle.

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  • Advertisements from cars to shoes have also used parkour stunts, some hiring traceurs from Ez's Urban Freeflow, helping to promote the sport.

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  • Urban Freeflow is a London-based network of traceurs and training academies.

    Bound for Glory: Parkour Goes From Urban Oddity to Fitness Fad

  • "In layman's terms parkour is about efficiency of movement while free running has evolved to include more acrobatics like flips and jumps," says Ez. While there is bickering among some, most traceurs seem indifferent to labels.

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  • Now, with more than 50,000 traceurs registered on various club Web sites, the U.K. has surpassed France as the hub.

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