Alan Tran leaps over safety rails while doing Parkour in at N.C. State. Parkour - and its related activity, free running - consists of using the mind and body to navigate obstacles in both natural and urban settings.
Alan Tran leaps over safety rails while doing Parkour in at N.C. State. Parkour - and its related activity, free running - consists of using the mind and body to navigate obstacles in both natural and urban settings. PHOTO COURTESY OF ANTHONY NGUYEN
Alan Tran leaps over safety rails while doing Parkour in at N.C. State. Parkour - and its related activity, free running - consists of using the mind and body to navigate obstacles in both natural and urban settings. PHOTO COURTESY OF ANTHONY NGUYEN

Free-running culture takes hold in North Raleigh

March 30, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED February 15, 2015 10:45 AM

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