Red Bull Indus Trail: Freerunning in photos

Action from the finals in India to decide a winner who'll go on to Red Bull Art of Motion in 2014.
By Helen Baker

On November 13, eight of the best freerunners from across India took part in Red Bull Indus Trail at Phoenix Mills in Mumbai. They were guided and judged by Kuwaiti Red Bull athlete Mohammad Al Attar, also known as 'Double Trouble'.

The Phoenix Mills car park was transformed for the day, with BMX riders, skateboarders and B-Boys warming up the crowd before the main event. Check out our photos of the best of the action.

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I believe I can fly
Mohammad Al Attar performs at Red Bull Indus Trail.
I believe I can fly Al Attar won Red Bull Urban Jump in 2010 and earned third place at Red Bull Art of Motion in Kuwait in 2011. More recently, in September 2013, he was one of just 18 freerunners to take part in Red Bull Art of Motion in Santorini, Greece. © Neville Sukhia/Red Bull Content Pool
All together now
Freerunner Mohammad Al Attar poses for a portrait with Red Bull Indus Trail participants.
All together now A freerunner since 2006, Al Attar's years of experience and his many wins made him the ideal choice to head over to Indian soil to teach participants all he knows and then judge Red Bull Indus Trail. Here, he poses with the competitors. © Neville Sukhia/Red Bull Content Pool
Learning from the master
Freerunner Mohammad Al Attar and a participant perform at Red Bull Indus Trail.
Learning from the master The eight finalists were selected after an India-wide call for entries. Al Attar then trained the lucky chosen few, sharing his tricks of the trade over the course of a special three-day freerunning workshop. In this shot, he performs with a participant. © Neville Sukhia/Red Bull Content Pool
Off the wall
A freerunner performs in the Red Bull Indus Trail competition.
Off the wall In the final Red Bull Indus Trail competition, the freerunners put everything they had learned from Al Attar into practice. © Neville Sukhia/Red Bull Content Pool
Taking the high road
A freerunner performs at Red Bull Indus Trail.
Taking the high road They treated spectators to jaw-dropping moves as they swerved, jumped on and vaulted over any obstacle in their way using a series of front and back flips, spins and flick-flacks. © Neville Sukhia/Red Bull Content Pool
Suspended in time
A freerunner performs at Red Bull Indus Trail.
Suspended in time Participants each had three minutes to perform in front of Al Attar, who judged them on their control, improvisation skills and style. © Neville Sukhia/Red Bull Content Pool
Balancing act
A freerunner performs at Red Bull Indus Trail.
Balancing act All the contestants impressed Al Attar with their freerunning ability. “I'm thrilled to see the parkour talent here,” he said. © Neville Sukhia/Red Bull Content Pool
Head over heels
A freerunner performs at Red Bull Indus Trail.
Head over heels “A good athlete masters his movements, tries to be unique and avoids imitating other athletes' styles,” Al Attar added. © Neville Sukhia/Red Bull Content Pool
Everyone's a winner
The winners of Red Bull Indus Trail pose for a portrait with Mohammad Al Attar.
Everyone's a winner Mujahid Habib from Rampur clinched the win, followed by Mohammed Mujaheduddin from Hyderabad in second and Adarsh Gill from Chandigarh in third. But all participants won in some way, by improving their freerunning and leaving with new skills. © Neville Sukhia/Red Bull Content Pool
Jumping for joy
Freerunner Mujahid Habib celebrates with a trick after winning Red Bull Indus Trail.
Jumping for joy Winner Mujahid Habib will now go on to compete against some of the world's best freerunners at Red Bull Art of Motion 2014, which brings together participants on unique courses in epic locations across the globe. © Neville Sukhia/Red Bull Content Pool