Hey guys, well last night we did the show and the answers to all your questions have been discussed in video format. WARNING: Lengthy show. McGrath really comes on at 2:30 and the question answering from the forum starts around 10:00
Last July I had the chance of meeting James McGrath at Gasworks Park, Seattle, where a Parkour competition was held.
I'm a little surprised I didn't actually get a picture with James, but I did snap one of him while at Parkour Visions. [img src="http://hphotos-sjc1.fbcdn.net[/284516_10150383975267925_827627924_10431949_2179086_n.jpg"]
There is no said date on when he will reply, if the interview will be in person, through his Facebook or when his responses will be published. But this is a great time to gather what his fans really want to know.
Post by dudesky1000 on Sept 14, 2011 15:07:19 GMT -5
Were the Arm Bike + Flying Bar really difficult? Did they cause any fatigue going into the UCH? If you watched SASUKE 25 or 26, would you have preferred the old Roulette Cylinder + Doorknob Grasper or did the absence of those obstacles make it much easier?
Dudesky from Dudeskyworld
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Besides the obvious of how you got to compete in Sasuke 27, did you have a great experience overall in Japan? What activities did you get involved in (besides the ones shown on ANW3) and which well-known places did you get to visit?
Also, did you get to meet Minoru Kuramochi/"Mr. Octopus", and if so is he as funny in person as he is on Sasuke?
-William, 18, Pennsylvania
Last Edit: Oct 3, 2011 21:00:33 GMT -5 by yamfriend