COVID-19 Causes FIG Hiroshima Parkour World Cup To Cancel

The International Gymnastic Federation's World Parkour Cup in Hiroshima, Japan, has been canceled due to the expanding COVID-2019 viral pandemic.

The controversial International Gymnastics Federation’s (FIG) Parkour World Cup competition, which was to see more than 100 participants over the three-day FISE Action Sports Festival, in Hiroshima, Japan, to be held on April 3-5 has canceled due to the expanding COVID-2019 (2019-nCoV) viral pandemic.

While FISE will be re-scheduling the games for a later date, no details are available as to if or when FIG’s Parkour World Cup will be re-scheduled.

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