The Longest Backflip – Parkour World Record

Longest Backflip Parkour World Record:

The longest backflip for Parkour World Record was achieved by Tommie Bonds (USA) on the set of Guinness World Records special show in Cologne, Germany, on 1, September 2007. The total distance was 3.75 meters (12 feet, 3 inches).

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Longest Backflip Parkour World Record

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Backflip:

An acrobatic flip is movement of body in which person leaps into the air and and rotates one or more time while airborne. Back Flip is a movement used in FreeRunning and Parkour. The word “Backflip” actually refers to many types of flips, but Backflip refers to flip that rotates backward. Backflip have very little use in Parkour Moves and in Parkour Training but it is commonly used by FreeRunners.

Flips can be started from stationary, standing position and they are also commonly executed immediately following another rotational move, such as roundoff and handspring, so as to take advantage of the angular momentum developed in preceding move.

Longest Backflip Parkour World Record:

This record was broke by Lukas Steiner (Austria) on the set of Guinness World Records special show in Milan, Italy, On April, 28, 2011. The total distance to break the record was 4.26 meters (13 feet, 11.71 inches).

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