SOFIA, Bulgaria (September 10, 2022) – 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. Men’s speed and women’s freestyle qualifications were completed earlier in the day at Sofia’s National Palace of Culture.

Representing the U.S. in his first World Cup, Chan just missed the men’s freestyle podium with a 23.0, while Sweden’s Elis Torhall nabbed the top spot with a 24.5.
v In women’s freestyle, The World Games veteran Reagan (Anderson) Chan (Lehi, Utah/YGT Freerunning Team) led U.S. competitors. Her 15.5 slotted in 12th. Teammate Mikaila Quinn (Fruita, Colo.) was 18th with a 12.5. Mexico’s Ella Bucio led the way with a 24.0.

In the men’s speed division, George Munro (Mexico City, Mexico) was 24th with a time of 37.21 seconds. Ukraine’s Bohdan Kolmakov posted the day’s fastest time of 26.70 seconds.

Freestyle parkour features 30-70 second runs showcasing skill sequences performed on the provided course. The event is scored based on a combination of amassed difficulty and awarded execution. Speed parkour is a timed event in which athletes attempt to navigate the course in the fastest time.

The Chans and Quinn will be back on the international stage October 14-16 when Tokyo, Japan, welcomes the inaugural FIG Parkour World Championships.