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Award-winning short film with some of the UK’s best parkour and freestyle football talent. Shot on the RED One camera. Break-In was made by a group of filmmakers, traceurs and freestyle football / street soccer players. It is a short viral film that has a similar style to a Nike or Adidas Commercial. Producer/Director: Jon Plant Editor: Aleck Morton Music: Toby Bricheno Director of Photography: Doug Walshe Online Editor: Andrew McKee Parkour Soccer Chase. Freestyle Football Parkour 2011. Free Running Parkour Chase

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I made this video like “Awesome People” style. Mixing some HQ footages on “John Murphy – Adagio in D minor (Bombastic)” soundtrack ———— gregory.villien.net

Dean Potter (born 18 January 1972, in the United States) is an American free climber, alpinist, BASE jumper, BASEliner, and highliner. He is noted for hard first ascents, free solo ascents, speed ascents and enchainments in Yosemite and Patagonia. Free climbing and free soloing: Potter has made several new routes and bold solo ascents in Patagonia. Speed climbing: In July 2006, he climbed The Reticent Wall, one of the hardest routes on El Capitan, in 34 hours and 57 minutes with Ammon McNeely and Ivo Ninov, shaving five days off the existing time. Highlining and BASE jumping: Potter is known for his exploits in highlining and BASE jumping. He was introduced to slacklining by Chongo, aka Charles Victor Tucker III, one of the first three people to highline across Lost Arrow Spire. Delicate Arch climb: Potter is infamous for climbing Delicate Arch, for which he lost his sponsorship from the Patagonia clothing company. “There wasn’t any legal reason for me not to climb it,” Potter said of Delicate Arch. “I didn’t see any moral reason not to climb it. I didn’t hurt it.” Potter said he would not climb Totem Pole, the spire in Monument Valley that Navajo imbue with religious significance. Delicate Arch, despite its prominence on Utah license plates, doesn’t have the stature of that sacred Arizona tower, he said. “I didn’t see a reason why it’s wrong, why we shouldn’t mesh with nature,” Potter said. “At first Potter’s handler in Patagonia spread the word of his climb by calling a

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