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Skate Movie Review: My Name Is Baghdad
Sep 30, 2020

Skate Movie Review: My Name Is Baghdad

My name is Baghdad is a Brazilian film directed by Caru Alves de Souza and played by Grace Orsato as Bagdá. The movie highlights different women issues, especially when you are a girl who likes skateboarding or a transgender woman and are confronting rejections and jibes from the society.
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The New CATIBA Pro Skate Shoes
Sep 27, 2020

The New CATIBA Pro Skate Shoes

A new pro skate shoe comes to stay. With the ideal of providing sustainability and guaranteeing a footwear quality that will be part of each skate session. Meet the new CATIBA Pro, the Brazilian sneakers by Cariuma.
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Nottingham is Prepared For a New Skatepark
Sep 11, 2020

Nottingham is Prepared For a New Skatepark

Nottingham is prepared to receive a brand new skatepark, but this time it is going to be an educational experiment where engineers, architects and the skateboarding community will participate in the final designs for the Rushcliffe Country Park.
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Skate Movie Review: The Story of Ethiopia’s New Skate Scene
Jul 25, 2020

Skate Movie Review: The Story of Ethiopia’s New Skate Scene

Skateboarding is for everyone, a fact made clear when you see documentaries like Skate Tales and Madars Apse’s Global Underground on the Red Bull Channel. In this episode, Ethiopia is the main player of the story and entails how skateboarding provides new chances for the natives in the African country.
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Top 5 Worst Skateboard Falls
Jul 23, 2020

Top 5 Worst Skateboard Falls

A passionate skateboarder doesn’t care if they fall sometimes, they just get back up and keep moving. Today were going to review some of the most famous and worst falls in skateboarding history. Let's get right to it!
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No Legs, No Limits: 10 Year Old Skater Maxim Abramov
Jul 20, 2020

No Legs, No Limits: 10 Year Old Skater Maxim Abramov

Maxim Abramov is a Russian 11 year old who loves sports like swimming and skateboarding. Without his legs, Abramov confronts his deepest fears and skates every day to achieve his favorite tricks, with the support of his closest friends and family.
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Top 5 Iconic Skateboarding Photographers
Jul 14, 2020

Top 5 Iconic Skateboarding Photographers

Skateboarding has a long and documented history thanks to video and photography. Visual documentation has turned out to be very important to the skateboarding culture, and we would like to shed some light on a handful brilliant players in this article.
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How Skateboarders In Argentina Are Demanding a Skatepark To Be Built
Jul 12, 2020

How Skateboarders In Argentina Are Demanding a Skatepark To Be Built

The Skateboarding Association of Concepción in Argentina are demanding the construction of a public skatepark in their city, a process that has been going on for 10 years. Read this article to learn about their progress and what they are doing to finally make it happen!
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Girl Skate In Argentina: Our Interview With Victoria Druetta
Jul 11, 2020

Girl Skate In Argentina: Our Interview With Victoria Druetta

Victoria Druetta, a skateboarder girl representative of the province of Cordoba in Argentina, at 19 years old she has stood out for her participation in national competitions, occupying the first positions. For Druetta, skateboarding has brought her freedom and happiness, as well as the opportunity to skate with other girls in her country.
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Tour The Roots of Japanese Skateboarding With Osaka Daggers
Jul 08, 2020

Tour The Roots of Japanese Skateboarding With Osaka Daggers

25 years ago the story of Taiichiro “Chopper” Nakamura began, a skateboarder from the city of Osaka, Japan who found in skateboarding a lifestyle, a space to exploit his creativity through art and sport. Osaka Daggers, it's more than an adjective in the history of the Japanese Skateboarding community.
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Skate Like a Girl: Female Empowerment In Skateboarding
May 26, 2020

Skate Like a Girl: Female Empowerment In Skateboarding

For many years, skateboarding has been regarded as a “male dominated” discipline, which could have maybe been right, 20 YEARS AGO! We are now fully in disagreement with this statement, and the entire scene has embraced our skater dudettes for good. If you think it should be different it's time to change your mind! Let's check this SHIT® out!
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Portland’s Skateboarding Advocate: Cory Poole
May 18, 2020

Portland’s Skateboarding Advocate: Cory Poole

There are many alternatives for transportation other than a car, governments are now promoting safe distance due to the pandemic and what better way for individual transportation than skateboarding? Local Portland skateboarder is trying to get people on board with his idea! Let's check this SHIT® out.
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Anthony Mosley: Mixing Money, Music and Skateboarding
Apr 03, 2020

Anthony Mosley: Mixing Money, Music and Skateboarding

Today in SHIT® we will be discussing the lifestyle and business ventures of one of the most prominent figures in skateboarding. From his skateboarding to his music career and the business ventures that have made him one of the wealthiest skateboarders in the world reaching a net worth of $10 million dollars!
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5 Tricks That Every Skateboarder Needs to Know
Mar 14, 2020

5 Tricks That Every Skateboarder Needs to Know

What’s up Pro Skater? In today’s SHIT® we will review 5 tricks that every skater should know. This time we take into consideration difficulty level, versatility and coolness (Yeah, we are very objective). Seriously bro, if you don’t know them yet get your board and practice until you do! Don’t disappoint us!
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