The Hopstars World Championship The Hopstars world championship is an annual extreme sports event. With a combination of parkour, treasure hunt and environmental power harnessing, it is THE most diverse and extreme sport on planet earth. Every year a small selected group of people battle each other over who can score the most points on the hopstars track. For the first time in the history of the sport a man aged 50+ will compete in the championship. His name is Sigmund Von Launbjerg, the famous inventor, engineer and owner of Launcorp. Training several hours every day for the past 5 years and with a little help from his super-charged knee-supoporting invetion he has taken the challange to compete in the games. Jack Lebeck, a young boy from San Francisco competed last year as the youngest contester of all time. He made quite an impression and was invited back to join the games this year. His talent for parkour and skating has given him a great advantage. This year his little sister Alicia has gotten an invitation to the games as well because of ther extreme talent in double-dutching with enourmous precision and speed.  The last known competitor at this point is Ruby the Robot: An ingenious invention of Sigmund Von Launbjerg. Joingin the games to give the greatest possible competition for her inventor himself. We currently miss the names of the rest of the competitors, but will be back with them as soon as the information gets out! The Evil Twin Brother The fantastic reputation of Sigmund Von Launbjerg has gotten even better by joining the games this year. All human kind loves sigmund. All but one: His evil twin brother Wilfred Von Launbjerg. Dwelling in a dungeon beneath their childhood home, Wilfred creates biological experiments. Creating mindless monsters and even copies of himself. he is ready to make an attack against his brother. Finding out that his brother competes in the Hopstars World Championship, Wildfred decides to make his move on the first day of the games.

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