Shea Rudolph (Boston, Mass.) and Audrey Johnson (Greenville, S.C.) claimed silver and bronze medals, respectively, during the 2023 FIG Parkour World Cup in Sofia, Bulgaria over the weekend.

Rudolph posted a total score of 27.00 to win silver in the men’s freestyle final for his first World Cup medal in a competition won by Sweden’s Elis Torhall with a 29.50. Jai Bos of the Netherlands was third with a 27.00 following the tie-break rules outlined here.

In women’s speed competition, Johnson followed up her silver in Montpellier with a bronze medal in Sofia after posting a time of 41.670 seconds. Miranda Tibbling of Sweden recorded the fastest run at 36.000, followed by Bulgaria’s Kseniya Momchilova (41.430). Johnson placed fifth in the women’s freestyle final with a 21.50.

Rudolph’s brother, Aiden Rudolph (Boston, Mass.), competed alongside his twin in the men’s freestyle final where he landed sixth with a 26.00, while George Munro (Gilbert, Ariz.) was 14th (23.00) and Luke Mizel (Azusa, Calif.) 21st (21.00) in men’s freestyle qualifications. Munro also was 31st (33.350) in men’s speed qualifications. Dara DePaulo (Woodstock, Ga.) was 12th in the women’s freestyle qualifying round with a 17.50 and 14th in speed qualifications with a time of 52.670 seconds.

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