Skateboarding heads to a 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Credit: Alejandro Godinez/Clasos.com/LatinContent/Getty

August 25, 2016 / 0 comments

Well, it’s finally official: skateboarding is a sport. Though skaters have prolonged resisted such categorization – even during a 90s when a appetite drink-fueled qualifier “extreme” was clumsily appended to pile skating, snowboarding, BMXing and even Rollerblading into one large blurb for a then-newly shaped X Games – it was inevitable. Skateboarding usually got too…

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Skateboarding fable Tony Hawk buys home in Detroit’s …

August 25, 2016 / 0 comments

x Embed x Share 17 years to a day after creation his initial 900, Tony Hawk lands a aerial spin again during a age of 48. Time_Sports Tony Hawk has bought a home in Detroit. The skateboarding idol sealed on a three-unit unit building in Detroit’s Woodbridge area on Wednesday, pronounced Jim Tumey, a comparison…

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Jenkem Is Making Skateboarding Fun Again | VICE | United States

August 24, 2016 / 0 comments

Jenkem owner Ian Michna with Forrest Edwards. All photos pleasantness Ian Michna. Get a VICE App on iOS and Android. Until fairly recently, skateboarding was an unviable career option. It was a hobby used mostly by people too immature to opinion and a few adults with 0 ambitions for resources or recognition over their city…

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Estonian confidence ensure confiscates BMX during skateboarding foe andperforms backflip

August 24, 2016 / 0 comments

Rebel invaded march during foe in Pärnu, Estonia Security ensure approached him and took divided his bike Then ensure started to float bike around to cheers from crowd He dumbfounded a spectators with an implausible backflip  By Charlie Moore For Mailonline Published: 16:29, 23 Aug 2016 | Updated: 19:12, 23 Aug 2016 43 View comments…

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Skateboarding leaps into a Tokyo 2020 Olympics – BBC News

August 23, 2016 / 0 comments

The International Olympic Committee has announced that 5 new sports will be combined to a Tokyo 2020 Games, including surfing and skateboarding. Skateboarding has prolonged been seen as a counter-culture sport, so can it unequivocally fit into a athletic universe of a Olympic Games? The BBC’s Howard Johnson went to a skateboard eventuality in Malmo,…

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Skateboarding leaps into a Tokyo 2020 Olympics

August 23, 2016 / 0 comments

The International Olympic Committee has announced that 5 new sports will be combined to a Tokyo 2020 Games, including surfing and skateboarding. Skateboarding has prolonged been seen as a counter-culture sport, so can it unequivocally fit into a athletic universe of a Olympic Games? The BBC’s Howard Johnson went to a skateboard eventuality in Malmo,…

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Zen and a (male) art of skateboard combat

August 22, 2016 / 0 comments

London has a new Museum of Skateboarding. But before we dirt off your Vans, be warned: this is not a open establishment on a South Bank dedicated to outsize shorts, damaged wrists and a unseasonal wearing of beanie hats. It’s in an art gallery. The work of Russian artist Kirill Savchenkov, a “museum” non-stop during…

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Tony Hawk on skateboarding’s gender opening and Olympic intensity …

August 22, 2016 / 0 comments

Tony Hawk isn’t usually a skateboarding legend, 10-time bullion medallist during a X Games and star of one of a many dear video games of a early 2000s. He’s also a humanitarian who helps account movement parks around a world, and a father of four, including 23-year-old pro skateboarder Riley Hawk.   And yet he’s…

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Many skateboarders approaching to destroy drug tests in 2020 Olympics

August 21, 2016 / 0 comments

The infancy of skateboarders who will take partial in a 2020 Tokyo Olympics will be “weed smokers or alcoholics”, a skateboarder from Sydney has warned. Javier Coca done a criticism days after skateboarding was selected as one of a new 5 sports to be introduced during a 2020 Games. “Most of these dudes are crazy,…

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Levi’s Skateboarding Presents: Skateboarding in Puerto Peñasco – Shop-Eat

August 21, 2016 / 0 comments

LEVI’S® SKATEBOARDING PRESENTS: SKATEBOARDING IN PUERTO PEÑASCO 100KM south of a U.S. limit in Northwest Mexico is Puerto Peñasco, creatively grown as a fishing encampment that became a vacation end for Mexicans and Americans alike. The tellurian mercantile downturn of 2008 left a skyline chalked full of deficient buildings as tourism, and a internal economy,…

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Killer Skate Park & Shop helps keep skateboarding alive in Evansville

August 20, 2016 / 0 comments

In this undated photo, Glenn “Glenzig” Davidson, owners and user of Killer Skate Park Shop, does a front side atmosphere on one of Killer’s many ramps.(Photo: Alex Morgan) Skater owned, skater operated. Those 4 difference were what Princeton, Indiana internal Glenn “Glenzig” Davidson had in mind when he non-stop Killer Skate Park Shop scarcely 7…

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Into The Deep End: Why Bowl Skateboarding is Making a Comeback

August 20, 2016 / 0 comments

Into The Deep End In a late 1970s, when skateboarding was in a infancy, skateparks started popping adult all over a country. In sequence to scrupulously accommodate this new rising pastime, petrify skateparks were poured and molded in a picture that dominated skateboarding behind afterwards – dull backyard swimming pools. Just ask Steve Caballero, who’s…

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Girl, 4, dies in ‘freak tragedy’ while skateboarding in Parksville, BC

August 19, 2016 / 0 comments

A immature girl is passed after she was strike by a automobile while roving a skateboard in a campground in Parksville, B.C. The four-year-old from Calgary was strike by a automobile after she mislaid control of her skateboard during the Paradise Adventure RV Resort Wednesday afternoon, military said. “Just a weird tragedy that nobody wishes on anyone,” pronounced…

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Skateboarding fable Tony Hawk ‘inspirational’ to immature fan

August 19, 2016 / 0 comments

TORONTO -  Not many 12-year-olds arise adult in a early hours of a morning during summer, yet for Jake Godfrey, he had a “once-in-a-lifetime” event he couldn’t miss. Jake and his mother, Sandra, went to Dundas Square from Milton for 7 a.m. Thursday to see his statue — skateboarding fable Tony Hawk — uncover off his…

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We Asked Skaters How They Feel About Skateboarding Making a 2020 Olympics

August 18, 2016 / 0 comments

Literally everybody loves a Olympics. Right? Image via While sports fans a universe over are collectively purgation over a Olympics in Rio, the announcement that skateboarding will be enclosed as an eventuality in a 2020 Tokyo games has left skateboarders with churned emotions. There was a common cringe, with skateboarding’s “vast girl appeal” cited as…

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