Streets sports are urban practiced sports which do not have a commercial or professional origin and were developed spontaneously for urban culture members.

Some of the sports are:

 -    Rappel: this sport is based on descent using a rope from high altitudes in urban context, in particular from high-rise buildings.


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-    Streetball: it is the urban version of basketball and is usually played on playgrounds, parks of suburban areas. This sport is characterized for its spectacular alley-oops, face-to-face contact, and feints of changes in hands. Rules are more flexible that in classical basketball, because what is important are the spectacular character of the movement. Double fault do not apply.


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-    Parkour o free running: this is probably one of the newest urban sports. It is a mixture between gymnastics and athleticism that requires great physical condition. Parkour consists on making stunts on public places of jumping off points too high to fall correctly.


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-    Skateboard and Skate: those are one of the most popular streets activities and are based on making tricks on streets or parks. People can practice it with or without ramps, and the more frequent injury are luxation.


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-    Street soccer: this is a way of playing soccer on the streets with more shorted fields, no referee, and no time limit. It is played with fewer players, a smaller ball, and no referee.


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-    Extreme Paragliding: It consists of jumping with paragliding equipment from high-rise buildings even though the risk of falling over the traffic, the energy lines, trees, etc.


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-    Urban Street bike: it is based on riding across sloped amps, sidewalks and stairs that can be sloped. There are two ways of practicing street bike, one is by making stunts on ramps and the other is making somersaults on the floor.


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