Daniel Ilabaca: The UK’s top free runner
Friday 12 November 2010
Daniel Ilabaca is considered to be one of the best free runners in the country. He has appeared on Top Gear showing off his ability in this form of urban acrobatics.
As one of the UK’s leading athletes in the field and recent winner of MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge, Daniel’s using his skills to showcase the innovative SMART movement system used by videogame Brink, which lets players leap and climb around the environment.
Daniel Ilabaca was in the UK to celebrate his European Parkour tour and to promote forthcoming videogame Brink, a first-person shooter video game developed by Splash Damage, out Easter 2011, brinkthegame.com
View the tour at: www.youtube.com/parkourtour
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