18 Russian Spiderman

Russian Spiderman

Posted on October 1, 2006 by team

This Russian guy shows how trained he is.

First he shows a short training then he climbs different buildings, runs away from a dog and doing different stuff that demands a high physical fit.

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18 Responses to “Russian Spiderman”

  1. Brob says:

    I read somewhere that hes not actually Russian and that hes infact from one of the former Soviet countries.

  2. Bert says:

    That’s the Russian Chuck Norris! Amazing.

  3. BigDog says:

    I have seen this before, I thought he was a French acrobat.

  4. raptorok says:

    this guys are ukrainians, not russians! hey are from Ternopil!

  5. Xavi says:

    Even these Yamakasi guys speak Russian, it looks like it was recorded in Latvia (according to what is written at that gaming casino showed when the guy takes the phone (7’48’’)). However, the city and that tram are 100% former USSR.

    Yamakasi culture is lately becoming really popular in Russia. E.g. here in Omsk we have plenty of guys jumping around this way (but they still being beginners, as they get injured rather often).

    Yamakasi way of life has its origin in France, not in Japan as it’s more often believed. You haven’t seen that French movie named Yamakasi? If you like such kind of acrobats, it’s worth to watch. As usual, you could check out for further details in Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yamakasi

    With spanglish from Omsk.

  6. Janekuss says:

    Yeah, clip is filmed in Riga, Latvia, not Russia. Latvia was part of USSR, but now is in European Union and NATO member.
    In addition to what Xavi said, advertisiment in tram stop is in Latvia and in beginning hero drops a bottle of “Mangali”, which is Latvian mineral water.

  7. Marius says:

    It’s amazing! I have never seen something like this before, and never thought it is possible.

  8. zee says:

    this man is from Daugavpils, Latvia

  9. Amber says:

    Cool….very interesting.
    Can anyone please explain in english what are these guys talking…thanks.

  10. Matteo says:

    Like in the beginning of the video, this is called Parcour an comes from france…


  11. parkourian says:

    Poetry of Motion. That guy is really good.

  12. Cheshire_d0g says:

    You don’t call SUCH KIND OF THINGS “average russian”, huh?

    >> Can anyone please explain in english what are these guys talking…thanks.
    Something like:
    – Hi! Are you gonna train today?
    – Uh.. no, sorry, not today, the tram is already coming.
    – …

  13. GedroX says:

    this man is from Daugavpils, Latvia

    And this moovie is taken in Daugavpils (former name – Dvinsk).

  14. LEVON says:

    100% of respect for those guys.

  15. Jipa says:

    I’ve seen this one already before but it still amazes me. I really think that is the best fit you can train to… Flexible and fast yet still powerful enought to do all that. Amazing.

  16. Mustapha says:

    parkour becomes popular in russia

  17. leon says:

    The guy is amazing. Someone tell him to go west and join the Cirque Du Soleil or go Las Vegas. He can make a good living doing this.

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