030. Mark Toorock: Commercialization, representation, and play

030. Mark Toorock: Commercialization, representation, and play

 
 
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Mark Toorock shares his thoughts on the commercialization of parkour, FIG and competitions, as well as the direction parkour is headed. He also opens up about his personal goals for parkour, raising the socially acceptable age of play, and how he sees himself within the community. Mark wraps up by discussing the power of parkour to benefit all people.

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