Inline skating
Inline skating is a sport practiced widely internationally. Inline skates typically have 2 to 5 polyurethane wheels, arranged in a single line, although 5 wheel designs are no longer manufactured. The...
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Epic freestyle by Sofia Bogdanova!
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Dave Mirra: Celebrated BMX Star Dies Aged 41 After Apparent Suicide
Police in North Carolina say one of the most celebrated names in X Games, Dave Mirra, has died in North Carolina at the age of 41. Greenville police confirmed on Thursday night that Mirra’s body had b...
Aggressive Skaters At their best! - YouTube
Feb 20, 2006 ... This isn't that speed skating shit,or around the block! This is hardcore shit! Watch as these Harlingen Skaters rip it up in their home town!
Inline speed skating - YouTube
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Pro roller hockey Southside Snipers-Midwest Tornados PIHA ...
Dec 17, 2006 ... Professional Inline Hockey Association - Gateway Division - roller hockey. Extended highlights of the Southside Snipers' 2-0 win over the ...
Crazy - freestyle slalom skating, trick school - YouTube
Feb 19, 2013 ... Freestyle Slalom Tricks Schoool with Bladeville! This time together with Seba International Team rider & European Champion - Alexandre ...
18 Months of Freestyle Slalom skating - YouTube
Dec 15, 2006 ... 18 Months of Freestyle Slalom skating. stefff1983·5 ... Powerslide FSK PSWC 2013 - Freestyle Slalomby powerslidevideo91,208 views; 2:52
Aggressive skating
Skating involves any sports or recreational activity which consists of traveling on surfaces or on ice using skates.There are several different kinds of skating :
Vert skating
Vert skating is a sport and a term used to refer to riding inline skates or roller skates on a vert ramp, a half-pipe with some vertical in it usually between 6in to 24in. Vert skating is a form of ac...
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X Games
The X Games is an annual sports event, controlled and arranged by American sports broadcaster ESPN (with coverage also shown on its sister network ABC), which focuses on extreme sports. The inaugural ...
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Dave Mirra: Celebrated BMX Star Dies Aged 41 After Apparent Suicide
Police in North Carolina say one of the most celebrated names in X Games, Dave Mirra, has died in North Carolina at the age of 41. Greenville police confirmed on Thursday night that Mirra’s body had b...
Skate sailing
Skate sailing is a sport moving over ice standing on ice skates utilizing the force of the wind. A small sail is held in once hands or leaned against with the whole body. Using a metal blade under ...
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Quarter pipe
A Quarter pipe is a ramp used in extreme sports which resembles a quarter of the cross section of a pipe. They are most commonly found in skateparks and a skiing/snowboarding terrain park, although th...
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X-Venture
The short-lived X-Venture adventure race was a feature of ESPN's X-Games. The first event, held in 1995, served as the second Eco-Challenge event after Eco-Challenge Maine. Each X-Venture featured 15...
Roces
Roces is an Italian company established in 1952. The headquarters is in the municipality of Montebelluna, Italy.Today Roces is a world leader in the design and production of inline and ice skates.In 2...
Eito Yasutoko
Eito Yasutoko is a Japanese professional vert skater. Eito won a gold medal at the 2003 Gravity Games and a Gold medal at the 2005 X Games in England.Best Tricks Twister, 1080 California Roll, Double ...
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Road skating
Road skating is the sport of skating (inline skating or roller skating) on roads, much like road cycling. It shares much with inline speed skating.Roadskaters often skate in tight packs, drafting each...
Road skating - Wikipedia
John Joseph Merlin
John-Joseph Merlin (17 September 1735–4 May 1803) was a Belgian inventor and horologist. He was born Jean-Joseph Merlin in 1735 in the city of Huy, Belgium. He was an inventor, noted for the...
John Joseph Merlin - Wikipedia
X Games VIII
The 8th X Games were held in Philadelphia in 15–19 August 2002. The events included Moto X (Big Air, Step Up and Freestyle), Skateboarding (Park, Vert Best Trick, Vert Doubles, Vert, Street and Stree...