Daredevil runs up the front of Danish city buildings and flips over rooftops like an Assassin’s Creed character
- Magne Nielsen, 23, has been experimenting with parkour and free running for nine years
- Clips show him testing his skills on apartment buildings and houses in Denmark
- Daring jumping and climbing is like characters in Assassin’s Creed video game
A daring free climber has shown his gravity-defying skills in a series of stunts that run up and down and jump off buildings.
Incredible footage shows Magne Nielsen, 23, clinging to ledges and doing a somersault as she jumps between rooftops.
The sportsman has spent the past two months filming the series of stunts with friends around his hometown of Aarhus in Denmark.
Incredible footage shows Magne Nielsen, 23, clinging to ledges and doing a somersault as she jumps between rooftops in the city of Aarhus, Denmark
One clip shows Magne running straight up the facade of a city center hotel and clinging to a stone rock.
In an incredible display of agility, similar to characters in the Assassin’s Creed video game, he uses his immense upper-body strength to propel himself up two floors, leaping between balconies and walls.
Another video shows him jumping over railings to climb off an apartment building – all to avoid taking the stairs.
One clip shows Magne running straight onto the facade of a city center hotel and grabbing on to a stone boulder
Magne, who has nine years of free climbing experience, said: ‘It is important for me to emphasize that none of the videos were made without preparation and careful planning, we never take on a challenge blindly’
And in his most daring stunt, he is captured jumping off a roof, before doing a somersault in the air and then landing on a neighboring building.
In a caption to the video, he writes: “Years of training. Hours of preparation. DO NOT try if you are not trained.’
Now with nine years of parkour and free running experience under his belt, Magne began practicing flips in his backyard, eventually moving on to gymnastics and free climbing.
Another video shows him jumping over railings to climb down a block of flats – all to avoid taking the stairs
Magne said: ‘I’ve only had one real injury; I broke my foot thinking I could make a big jump without a proper warm-up in Copenhagen.
“It’s important for me to emphasize that none of the videos were created without preparation and careful planning, we never take on a challenge blindly.
‘We are not careless daredevils, but curious souls!’