May 18, 2022
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Best Kids Skating Knee Pad Set

by on May 13, 2022 0

Which set of kids skating knee pads is the best? Whether it’s skateboarding, rollerblading or in-line skating, children need the right protective gear to keep them safe. Kids’ skating knee pad sets contain knee pads, elbow pads, and ideally wrist guards to minimize bruises and scrapes while learning the ropes and trying new tricks....

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“Today’s 6 stars are tomorrow’s leaders” – Father Praveen Martis Sj at Rotary’s “Young Talent Day”

by on May 11, 2022 0

“Today’s 6 Stars are India’s Tomorrow/Future Leaders” – Chief Guest, Reverend Dr Praveen Martis Sj (Principal of St Aloysius College, Mangaluru) at Rotary Mangalore North “Young Achievers Day” after presenting the “Young Achievers Awards” on Tuesday, May 10, 2022 Mangaluru: The Young Achievers Awards are launched annually by Rotary Mangalore North to recognize a...

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by on May 3, 2022 0

Tuesday, May 3 • It’s National Hospice Palliative Care Week • It’s Youth Week in Penticton • Penticton City Council meets at Penticton City Hall, meetings begin at 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., to watch the meeting live or view the agenda: • Youth Week: Zine Project, Meet the Creators, Penticton Public Library,...

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Skate 4 will focus heavily on user customization

by on April 26, 2022 0

When Skate 3 was released nearly 12 years ago and received generally favorable reviews, but its success is far from dazzling. It wasn’t until several years later that the game saw an unprecedented spike in popularity thanks to the ubiquitous presence of top streamers and their affinity with Skate 3ragdoll physics and humorous glitches....

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Magnolia LA, an indoor skatepark and BMX shop is coming soon to downtown Lafayette – Developing Lafayette

by on April 12, 2022 0

A new 5,600 square foot skatepark and BMX store, called Magnolia LA, is coming soon near downtown Lafayette in a former warehouse at 216 Monroe Street. The new indoor skatepark and BMX shop will feature a large halfpipe-style course with multiple ramps, a viewing balcony and restrooms. Lafayette has an interesting relationship with skateboarders,...

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Monster Energy’s Jhancarlos Gonzalez Wins First Place in 2022 PHXAM Street Skateboarding Contest

by on March 28, 2022 0

Monster Energy’s Jhancarlos Gonzalez takes first place and Australian team rider Kieran Woolley claims 2nd place at the 2022 PHXAM Street Skateboarding Contest PHOENIX (PRWEB) March 28, 2022 What a weekend! Monster Energy congratulates Team rider Jhancarlos Gonzalez on winning first place in Cowtown’s 2022 PHXAM Street Skateboarding Competition at Desert West Skateboard...

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2022 Camp Guide: Sports Camps | Local News

by on March 26, 2022 0

WHO: kindergarten to fifth grade WHAT: Activities include basketball, spiderball, ball mat, bowling defense and four square. WHEN: 9h-12h July 11-15 OR: Oakwood School, 4000 MacGregor Downs Road AQUAVENTURE SUMMER SWIMMING CAMP WHAT: Activities include swimming lessons, water learning activities and fitness games. WHEN: 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. from June 13 to 17...

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Belstaff roams Morocco in a laid-back countryside

by on March 7, 2022 0

Inspired by the beach, the new collection offers lightweight and versatile materials. Image credit: Belstaff British fashion brand Belstaff has escaped the chill to visit the warm coast of Morocco as it celebrates its Spring/Summer 2022 collection and looks forward to the summer season. In a short film, “Wavelength,” the brand takes its latest...

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First news: Who is appy now?

by on March 1, 2022 0

Sivert with his mother First News is a 28-page weekly newspaper aimed at young people delivered to homes across the UK every Friday. To find out more and access your free number, go to Who’s appy now? An 18-year-old has recouped $1,800 (£1,350) from his mother, by staying off social media, for six...

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2022 Olympics live updates: Mikaela Shiffrin’s final shot, two-man bobsleigh, figure skating final, how to watch and medal count

by on February 19, 2022 0

Throughout the 2022 Winter Olympics, here we’ll get a daily look at the top events and how to watch them. With jet lag, each day’s live competition in China begins during Eastern prime time and runs overnight until mid-morning. This is the final episode, covering events taking place on Saturday and Sunday in Beijing...

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10 Best Roller Skates for Beginners in 2022

by on February 13, 2022 0

With the Well+Good SHOP, our editors use their years of expertise to select products (from skincare to personal care and beyond) that they bet you’ll love. Although our editors select these products independently, making a purchase through our links may earn Well+Good a commission. Good shopping! Explore the STORE Roller skating has been at...

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Hit the deck with OlliOlli World

by on February 11, 2022 0

I was born in 1999, just missing the golden age of skate culture, but not my next door neighbor. He was as much of a skateboarder as you could be in a rural town: those “punks” who bring their decks everywhere with them aspiring to be Tony Hawk, all while looking like a Spencers...

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Ice Skating Slips at Tricks Gone Wrong – The Most Embarrassing Moments of the Winter Olympics

by on February 10, 2022 0

The Winter Olympics have served up incredible drama over the years as the best snow and ice athletes in the world compete for gold. Along with the high-octane drama, there were also a few embarrassing moments – and ones the athletes themselves couldn’t have foreseen. From wardrobe malfunctions to daring tricks gone wrong, top-level...

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Olympics Live: Shaun White News, Event Results & Updates

by on February 5, 2022 0

PictureNorway’s Therese Johaug after winning the women’s 15-kilometre cross-country skiathlon race at the National Cross-Country Center in Zhangjiakou.Credit…Doug Mills/The New York Times Therese Johaug of Norway won the first gold medal of the Beijing Games on Saturday, dominating the 15-kilometre skiathlon after opening a decisive lead midway through the race that determines the best...

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After 12 years, Skate 4 is ‘soon to launch’

by on February 3, 2022 0

Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson reveals that the long-awaited Skate “will be launching soon” and will include plenty of user-generated content. The long awaited Skate to restart could arrive sooner than expected by many fans. As reported by Tweak Town, a recently transcribed Electronic Arts winning call suggests that Skate will be “launching soon”....

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‘OlliOlli World’ adds Danny Trejo as side quest NPC

by on February 1, 2022 0

Players return and traverse Radland, a vibrant world filled with colorful characters, as they seek out the mystical skate gods in their quest for Gnarvana. Radland and its inhabitants are delightfully eerie and crafted with an exceptional and inimitable art style. In OlliOlli World players can customize the character’s appearance, tricks and style before...

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A skateboarding event will take place tomorrow on the roof of the Sutherland suburban car park | County Leader of St George and Sutherland

by on January 28, 2022 0

breaking news, skate park, Sutherland suburban parking, Sutho Skate, Sutherland Shire Council, Carmelo Pesce, Transport for NSW, Lodown Cronulla The roof of the suburban car park behind Club On East, Sutherland, will be turned into a skate park for six hours tomorrow (Saturday 29 January). Young skaters are invited to try their tricks at...

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The evolution of skate videos, from VHS to TikTok

by on January 24, 2022 0

This article originally appeared on VICE Belgium. When it comes to skateboarding, the only thing more important than skating is making sure you have footage of yourself doing it. You can tell people you nailed this or skipped that, but without real proof of those particular alleged achievements people will take you as seriously...

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Tokyo 2021 Hearts Compilation | To travel

by on January 21, 2022 0

Todoroki, Komazawa, Ookayama… Our Heartlands series delves into the local charm and atmospheres of Tokyo’s less-visited neighborhoods, digging beyond typical tourist spots and sprawling shopping malls to uncover local gems and top spots. To celebrate the end of 2021 and welcome 2022, we’re rounding up our favorite Heartlands items from the year and reintroducing...

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Jamie Russell, double world record holder

by on January 18, 2022 0

Artarmon, New South Wales, Australia – Two-time world record holder and Hall of Fame inductionand Jamie Russell (DOB 2/21/2012) of North Rothbury, NSW Australia, who managed to set world records for the Youngest person to do a backflip on a scooter towards a wooden ramp and for the Youngest person to do a scooter...

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KCSD Co-op Program Provides Hands-on Experience for Bucktail Seniors | News, Sports, Jobs

by on January 17, 2022 0

KEVIN RAUCH/FOR THE EXPRESS Conner Mason worked with Vince Tarantella and the Borough of Renovo, including learning how to use and maintain the salt spreader so it’s ready to go in a snap. RENOVO — Keystone Central School District’s cooperative education program gave students the opportunity for a myriad of work structures, allowing them...

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No single blade in ice sports

by on January 11, 2022 0

A figure ice skate, left, and a hockey skate at the RP Lumber Center, a new rink under construction on Tiger Drive in Edwardsville. Billy woods EDWARDSVILLE – If you’ve ever tried to play hockey with figure skates or attempted to double ax with hockey skates, you know why both are misguided moves on...

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Rachel Stevens shares thoughts on her upcoming appearance on Dancing On Ice, admitting she’s ‘terrified’

by on January 10, 2022 0

Rachel Stevens admits she is ‘terrified’ by upcoming Dancing On Ice stunt – after firing back at claims she has an ‘edge’ over other contestants By Ella Hodson For Mailonline Posted: 8:47 p.m. EST, January 9, 2022 | Update: 8:51 p.m. EST, January 9, 2022 Rachel Stevens shared her thoughts on her upcoming stint...

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“A rad weekend” at KOBBAS Classic – The Koby Mitchell Classic Skatefest – News Of The Area

by on December 18, 2021 0

Creative Skating Youth Grant Recipients: @arlooooooooooooooooo – Photography, @tasmanobrien – Skate and @ rach_m1445 – Music. A HUGE wave of love and camaraderie permeated the local skateboarding community at Coffs’ annual KOBBAS Classic – The Koby Mitchell Classic Skatefest. Chalkies Skateshop in Coffs did much of the organization with business brothers Bevin ‘Bevo’ and...

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Best Littlest Pet Shop Toy

by on December 10, 2021 0

What’s the best Littlest Pet Shop toy? Littlest Pet Shop is a cartoon series and toy franchise. The TV show follows the life and adventures of five miniature animals who live in a pet store on Littlest Lane. Inside the pet store, they have their own treehouse. The pets at Littlest Pet Shop are...

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Game Day Guide: December 5 vs. San José

by on December 5, 2021 0

Sometimes when you’re having a hard time, you just need a spark – any spark – to get things done. Perhaps for the Blue Jackets tonight against San Jose, who return home to Nationwide Arena after a 0-4 road trip. Things have been pretty rosy for Columbus at home, as the team’s 8-3-0 record...

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URAM Extreme Park / KOSMOS Architects + Legato Sports Architecture

by on November 23, 2021 0

URAM Extreme Park / KOSMOS Architects + Legato Sports Architecture © Ilya Ivanov + 25 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or © Ilya Ivanov Text description provided by the architects. The largest extreme park in Europe opens its doors in Kazan. The new indoor sports center is located in...

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Monster Energy’s Richard Tury and Jhancarlos Gonzalez Take Second and Third Place at 27th Annual Tampa Am Skateboarding Competition | New

by on November 22, 2021 0

TAMPA, Florida, 22 November 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Another chapter in the history of the Tampa Am contest is in the books! Monster Energy congratulates the team rider Richard Tury taking second place at the 27th Annual Tampa Am Street Skateboarding Competition on Sunday. In front of a crowd full of energy at...

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Ashland teenager to take part in 2022 global scooter event – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

by on November 9, 2021 0

Jamie Lusch / Mail TribuneBodhi Sol, 15, from Ashland, rides Wednesday at Ashland Skate Park. Bodhi Sol placed fifth in his US division to make International Scooter Federation matches in Denmark At Ashland Skate Park on a recent weekday afternoon, a handful of kids were enjoying the perfect fall weather – sunny, 70 degrees...

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Plans for two borough parks on Fairground Avenue in Carlisle nearing completion | La Sentinelle: News

by on November 7, 2021 0

The Carlisle Parks and Recreation Council expects plans to be finalized next month for the construction of two parks, one of which will be for skateboarding, along Fairground Avenue. Engineer Chris Chiampi of Frederick, Seibert & Associates presented plans to the board of directors on Thursday with a “slightly more precise” design for the...

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by on October 24, 2021 0

Back in the saddle. It was our 10th Tampa Pro, and if Tampa is known for anything, it’s professionalism. Professional skaters, professional partygoers, professional strippers and professional lurkers who make unique lifestyle choices. Taking part in such an important and historic skate event can feel like a magical journey away from the real world....

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Skateboard Completion Raises Funds for Construction of Second Phase of Hernando Skate Park | New

by on October 16, 2021 0

Skateboarders from across the Mid-South gathered at Hernando on Saturday to show off their best “5-0”, “inverted”, “gray slips” and other moves to help raise money for building a new addition to Pidgeon Park. The skate competition was organized by Hernando Skates, a non-profit group of skateboarding enthusiasts who helped raise funds to build...

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The events of October 7 to discover

by on October 15, 2021 0

Looking for some not-so-scary events where the whole family can dress up in their Halloween costumes and have some fun? Metro Phoenix has hay rides, festivals, and costume contests this month that are perfect for this. These events take place across the valley, from Queen Creek to Fountain Hills and Apache Junction to Glendale....

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81-year-old skateboarder learns new tricks

by on October 14, 2021 0

Yoshio Kinoshita from Japan doesn’t let his age keep him from learning new tricks on a Skateboard. Almost every morning, 81-year-old Kinoshita takes a walk through her local skate park in the city of Osaka. He gets useful information on how to improve from skateboarders who are much younger than him. “These are all...

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Japanese grandfather discovers love for skateboarding after buying his first board for $ 7

by on October 11, 2021 0

An 81-year-old Japanese man accidentally discovered a new passion for a hobby that most people his age usually don’t. Sk8r boi: Yoshio Kinoshita, who started skateboarding two years ago, continually improves at the sport by learning from skaters much younger than him, reported Reuters. Kinoshita, a retired technician in the construction industry, trains almost...

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Roller skates are back in popularity

by on October 9, 2021 0

Philadelphia – The night has started wobbly. But a few laps later, he skated around the lost reels in Luther Vandross’ “Never Too Much” and the classic songs of the fatback band “I Found Lov’n”. I waited for the first code for the new version of “Candy Girl”, but I had no luck. No,...

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Roller skating has regained its popularity

by on October 9, 2021 0

PHILADELPHIA – The night started wavering. But after a few laps, I was sliding around the rink lost to the tunes of Luther Vandross’ “Never Too Much” and The Fat Back Band classic, “I Found Lov’n”. I waited for the first chords of New Edition’s “Candy Girl” but no luck. No, I wasn’t dreaming...

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