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skateboard

a narrow board mounted on roller-skate wheels, usually ridden while standing up
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In a major boost for the sports Olympic progress, peak bodies from Australian sport and skateboarding have come together to form the Skateboard 2020 Commission which will provide a consolidated high performance plan ahead of the Tokyo Games.
There was even a miniature skateboard ramp and railing, which kids could use to try out their newly learned finger tricks.
com)-- Bamboo Skateboards, world leader in eco-friendly, socially conscious skateboards is excited to release some new products in preparation for strong forecasted spring sales.
The PUSH Tunisia skateboard team, consisting of seven Americans, an Egyptian, a Jordanian and an Israeli, performed exhibitions in the capital and six other cities over two weeks.
Although most of the kids at the skateboard sessions are boys, girls also are picking up the habit.
I started skating in about 1985 and have kept at it since then--over the years I've done all kinds of related things--running a skateshop, organising contests, MC'ing tours overseas, making skate videos and ultimately becoming the editor of the UK's longest running skateboard magazine 'Sidewalk'.
Naturally, there were skateboard magazines basically aimed at selling even more bits and pieces.
He will rely on gravity to supply this external force to his skateboard or snowboard.
Check to make sure your skateboard is not damaged before each ride.
SKATEBOARDING has a new adopted parent in the form of Skateboard Scotland, launched last month.
In the the 1970's, when they were also popular, the number of skateboard injuries peaked at 150,000 (in 1977).