Fastest Time To Jump Over 10 Bars – Parkour World Record

Jump Over 10 Bars Parkour World Record:

Timothy Graham Shieff (FreeRunner from UK) achieved a record for fastest time to jump over 10 bars Parkour World Record in 6.36 seconds (incredible) at Guinness Word Records Italian Show March 10, 2011. In this record 10 bars were arranged at 2.30 meters from each others with 40 cm increment at each bar resulting in an ascending structure with the last bar at 4 m from the ground. Timothy Graham “Livewire” Shieff (born March 24, 1988) was the World FreeRunning Champion at this time. He is well-known for his handstand ability, being one of the few FreeRunners capable of controlling handed handstand. Checkout: Top 10 FreeRunners In The World.

Jump Over 10 Bars Parkour World Record


Leaping or Jumping is form of motion or movement in which an organism or non-living mechanical system propels itself through the air along the ballistic trajectory. Jumping can be recognized from running, galloping and other gaits where entire body temporarily airborne by almost long duration of aerial phase or high angle initial launch. Checkout: Which Equipment Are Needed For Parkour Training?

Jump Over 10 Bars Parkour World Record:

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