8th annual CGG
June 7th - 9th 2019
We aim to challenge experienced practitioners in mind and body and for the non-experienced to get a feeling of parkour and movement in urban spaces. Besides training, we focus on the social aspects and getting to know each other better. Throughout the event we encourage the participants to spend as much time together as possible during breaks, lunch and dinner and whatever free time is available.
Save the dates
Early bird sign-up opening in january - More info to come!
CGG 18 video
Take a look at the video from 2018. It's packed with good vibes and beautiful movement!
Filming and editing:
Made possible with the support of:
Gadeidræt (The National Platform for Street Sports)
Program for the event - watch this space for upcoming info!
So what's the fuss all about...?
We continue to build on the experiences and knowledge we have from previous CGG events and our many years of organizing similar activities. We want to create the best experience possible for everyone and at the same time keeping the cost at a minimum. In this cost/quality dilemma we have cut away the "nice to have" things until we hopefully find funding but keeping the "must have" things in the budget. Also we may still need your help for a few things....
Coaches, Activities & Requirements
We are lining up a group of highly qualified and inspirational coaches for the event as well as a list of carefully planned movement sessions and activities. These will be announced gradually as we get closer to the event and the final details fall into place. Check out the preliminary program at the bottom of the page and keep an eye on updates here on the site and via the CGG facebook page.
There are no requirements to your physical condition and earlier experience with parkour is not necessary.
The minimum age is 16.
We are looking for sponsors to fund some of the meals, but if we don't, we would like to organize picnics were we all bring some nice food to the table.. more about this later.
Accommodations - we always need hosts...
If you live in Copenhagen and would like to host people in your home, please let us know. This have worked very well before and it is a great way of getting to know each other.
We're trying to get as much out of the available time as possible - also when we simply move from one location to another! Riding a bike is not the only way, but it is by far the easiest, most fun, social and efficient way, to get around Copenhagen.
Last year we managed to find bikes for everyone and it would be great if we can repeat this success! If you are local and have an extra bike hanging around, please let us know!
how you CAN help make the event sustainable...!
CGG is a very low-budget event. Each year we're pulling all strings to make it happen and improve the experience. We are doing what we can to make it a sustainable event that can keep growing in the future - so far we've been lucky to find external funding but it's getting harder every year... We depend on the help of the Copenhagen community to make it possible for everyone to attend - especially internationals who also need to cover travel costs and possibly accommodation.
During the sign-up procedure you can let us know if you'd like to host people or if you need a place to stay, and if you have an extra bike or would like to borrow one. The help would be much appreciated and it's a great way to get to know each other and make new friends across borders. <3
We can't promise that we're able to host everyone, but we are pretty confident that with a collected effort we can make it happen once again!