IPF Commends IOC Decision Against Parkour Inclusion For 2024 Olympic Games Under FIG

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New York, NY- International Parkour Federation (IPF), the world’s competent authority and most widely recognized federation for the sport of Parkour welcomes the IOC’s decision this week to deny FIG’s proposal to include Parkour on their slate of events for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games. “We’re very pleased,” said Victor Bevine, President of IPF. “Parkour is a unique and dynamic … Read More

IPF- International Parkour Federation Sponsors WFPF Parkour Instructor Certification in Bangkok, Thailand

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IPF, the International Parkour Federation, is proud to have sponsored WFPF’s Level 1-2 Parkour Instructor Certification in Bangkok, Thailand in July of 2017.  To date, approximately 800 Parkour teachers have attended and become certified at WFPF certifications,  and IPF is proud to have sponsored this one in cooperation with  AFPU (Asia Freerunning Parkour Union) and IPTC (International Professional Training Certification). … Read More

IPF visits the UK- International Parkour Federation’s (IPF’s) Collaborative Initiatives in the U.K.

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IPF representatives meet with Ryan Doyle/Airborn Academy in Liverpool and with PKUK -Parkour United Kingdom in London. Following their meeting in Lausanne with Sport Accord/GAIFS and IOC representatives, IPF’s David Thompson and Victor Bevine returned to Liverpool with WFPF Founding Athlete Ryan Doyle to discuss with the Airborn Academy partners the potential of taking their ten-year association to the next … Read More

IPF Meets with GAISF/Sport-Accord and IOC-International Olympic Committee Representatives

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IPF (International Parkour Federation) representatives Victor Bevine, David Thompson and WFPF Founding Athlete Ryan Doyle were honored to attend the GAISF Information Day conference and meet with GAISF/Sport-Accord and IOC (International Olympic Committee) representatives in Lausanne, Switzerland on June 15-16, 2017.    IPF was one of forty-eight international sports federations from new or lesser-known sports, who were invited to Lausanne … Read More