Audrey Johnson (Greenville, S.C./World Chase Tag-Anarchy) and Calen Chan (Lehi, Utah/YGT Free Running) won silver and bronze medals, respectively, at the 2023 Montpellier World Cup in France over the weekend.
Parkour athletes kick off the 2023 World Cup season in France, while rhythmic gymnasts get ready for the Elite Qualifier in Indianapolis, the final qualifying event for the 2023 USA Gymnastics Championships.
Reagan (Anderson) Chan (Lehi, Utah/YGT Freerunning) landed 13th in women’s freestyle, while Jarrod Luty (Houston, Texas/Inttrepid Parkour) bagged his second top-15 finish of the competition Sunday as the first FIG Parkour World Championships came to a close in Tokyo, Japan.
After advancing in the sixth position during men’s freestyle qualifications, Calen Chan (Lehi, Utah/YGT Freerunning) climbed into the top five during Saturday’s final at the inaugural FIG Parkour World Championships.
A five-person team will represent the U.S. at the inaugural FIG Parkour World Championships October 14-16 at the former site of Tokyo’s Ariake Urban Sports Park, which hosted Olympic BMX and skateboarding competitions last year.
One month after his FIG World Cup debut, American George Munro (Mexico City, Mexico) was back on the international stage October 7-8 for the Pan American Parkour Open in Mexico City.
Based on Friday’s qualification scores, Calen Chan (Lehi, Utan/YGT Freerunning Team) finished fourth in men’s freestyle parkour Saturday at the Sofia World Cup after the final round was cancelled due to weather.
On the first day of competition at the 2022 FIG Parkour World Cup in Sofia, Bulgaria, Calen Chan (Lehi, Utah/YGT Freerunning Team) qualified to the men’s freestyle final in the fourth position.
The World Games veteran Reagan (Anderson) Chan (Lehi, Utah/YGT Freerunning Team) leads a four-person U.S. contingent for the FIG Parkour World Cup September 9-11 at the National Palace of Culture in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Reagan Anderson Chan turned in her second consecutive fifth-place finish at The World Games on Monday, taking fifth in freestyle parkour at the Sloss Furnaces venue.
Reagan Anderson Chan on Saturday opened The World Games for USA Gymnastics competitors, placing fifth in speed parkour at the sold-out Sloss Furnaces venue.
After a year-long delay caused by the ongoing pandemic, The World Games, which take place every four years and serve as the equivalent to the Olympic Games for non-Olympic disciplines, will return to the U.S. for the first time in more than 40 years this evening in Birmingham, Ala.
Reagan Chan (Lehi, Utah) is set to represent the U.S. in parkour at The World Games next month in Birmingham, Ala. Chan has been a parkour athlete for nine years and is part of the YGT Freerunning team. This will be her first live appearance on the global stage for the U.S.
The USA’s Reagan Chan is competing in the parkour division of the E-FISE Montpellier by HONOR 2020 contest. Fan voting is open until August 2 and makes up 50% of the final score. The athletes with the eight best scores advance to the finals, where voting will commence from Sept. 17-20.
USA Gymnastics is honored to be able to offer the opportunity to compete for prize money in the E-Fise FIG Parkour Virtual Competition – Freestyle.
USA Gymnastics is excited to announce its participation in the first FIG Parkour World Championships in Hiroshima, Japan April 3–5, 2020. The U.S. delegation will include one male and one female athlete for the freestyle division and one male athlete for the speed division.
USA Gymnastics is excited to announce our participation in the 1st FIG Parkour World Championships in Hiroshima, Japan April 3 – 5, 2020.