During the IFKF, there are two different categories, namely: Speed and Style.
Each component requires different combination of endurance, skills, technique and creativity.
Each category will be divided into four different age groups
Within these age groups there are separate subgroups, it is important that you buy the tickets that are for your age.
For each age range, a parkour will be used suitable for their age.
Registration is done by buying tickets and vouchers. These can be found under the button Signup / Tickets, but pay attention: VOL = VOL
In the Speed category, the challenge is to complete a route (established by the organizers) as soon as possible. A fixed starting point and a fixed endpoint will be determined; between these points, a colored line will be followed. The assessment will be based on:
1. The time in which the run is completed
2. The “cleanliness” (number of errors) during the run
There are different lines for each age range, so the challenge is equal in each category. In addition, there is also a recreation and an advanced category. It is up to the participant to determine in which category he / she belongs. Advanced freerunners can be freerunners who have been training for years, participate more often in competitions, perform performances, teach or train in a selected team.
With this category, the challenge is to set a creative and original run within a certain period of time (45 seconds). Only startingpoint is determined in advance. The route after this point can be determined by yourself, as long as the run is completed within the specified time. The assessment of the run will be based on:
1. The flow of the run shown
2. The difficulty of the run shown
3. The originality of the run shown
4. The originality of the tricks shown
5. The participant can end the run by giving a sign that the run is completed. Everything out of time will not be included in the jury review (and thus not in the final score).
Also, in this category, there will be an age distinction so that the challenge for each age group will be equal. In addition, there is also a recreation and an advanced category. It is up to the participant to determine in which category he / she belongs. Advanced freerunners can be freerunners who have been training for years, participate more often in competitions, perform performances, teach or train in a selected team.