User with this ability can go from one motion to another effortlessly, effectively dodge attacks, swing from things easily, sprint, do back-flips, leap across rooftops, and numerous other gymnastic, athletic and martial implements with little to no effort.
Agility is "the ability to rapidly respond or change by adapting its initial stable configuration", the ability to change the body's position efficiently, and requires the integration of isolated movement skills using a combination of balance, bodily coordination, speed, reflexes, strength, and endurance.
John Jonah Jameson III/Colonel Jupiter (Marvel Comics)
Buffy Summers (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) using her super agility.
Shaolin Fantastic (The Get Down) freeruns through The Bronx.
Scott McCall (Teen Wolf), like all werewolves in the series, has supernaturally enhanced agility, allowing him to leap great distances...
...and catch fast-moving projectiles, like an arrow.
Liam Dunbar (Teen Wolf)
Creepox (Power Rangers Megaforce)
SOLDIERs (Final Fantasy 7) possess increased agility and reflexes thanks to their infusion of extraterrestrial cells improving their overall physiology.
Cole MacGrath (InFAMOUS series)
Vampire Cole MacGrath (InFamous 3)
Alex Mercer (Prototype)
James Heller (Prototype 2)
Sly Cooper (Sly Cooper series)
El Jefe (Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time)
Neyla (Sly 2: Band of Thieves) could easily rival Sly in his abilities to sprint, free run, and perform parkour.
Cyrille Le Paradox (Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time) is shown to be at least proficiently agile, being able to leap from the mechanical arms of his zeppelin's mobile control station with ease, and being able to perform a rail-slide similar to Sly.