Sticky in Edinburgh
However, Sticky's determined to blast this challenge but he could do with some company. Whether you're a parkour perkin yourself or simply a slack mouthed admirer with a camera, he could do with your support along the route: Track him on the website or catch him traversing Regents Park, Oxford Street, Hyde Park, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Victoria Embankment, Waterloo bridge, Waterloo Imax subway, Elephant & Castle, Vauxhall Spot, London Aquarium, Tate Modern, Tower of London, London Bridge, Southwark Park, Cutty Sark, Royal Observatory Greenwich and ending up at Danson Park (for a well deserved dip). And why do it? He explains it rather eloquently himself:
"Practicing parkour is to chase fear on a daily basis, to confront it head-on, to face it naked and alone. In parkour, you are stripped to your essence. There is no equipment to rely on, no safety harnesses or padding to protect you, no teammate to take the brunt when you are tired. It's you, and you alone.
In this way, Parkour and suffering from Motor Neurone Disease are ultimately linked, by the determination of overcoming obstacles, often alone."