World Urban Games 2019

World Urban Games 2019 · 17. september 2019
“If Menno joins the competition, the others get a little bit scared.” It takes one to know one. Moj Rivas is one of the judges at the breaking competition at the World Urban Games in Budapest. He is a legend in the urban sport/art form and he’s talking about B-Boy Menno, the dutch double world champion. Menno van Gorp, as his full name is, is a 30-year old artist, painter, athlete, breaker. And he’s one of the best there is. Two former Hungarian breakers from the nineties are at the WUG...
World Urban Games 2019 · 13. september 2019
On the site of an old, large, dilapidated building from 1932 in Budapest, a couple of free runners from The Hague will compete for the medals at the very first World Urban Games ever. Under the leadership of headcoach Mark van Swieten, athletes Bo Zuijderwijk and Kevin Alsemgeest hope to achieve great results near the so-called Nagyvásártelep Free running is officially called parkour and it has two disciplines: speed and freestyle. In the first discipline, it is about who gets to the finish...