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Rollerblade

™ a type of roller skate in which the wheels are set in a single straight line under the boot
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Geoff Dornan, 79, from Ormskirk, hit the headlines in 2009 when he was banned from rollerblading by magistrates.
We didn't really have enough time to rehearse the complicated choreography - and I had visions of people rollerblading into the orchestra pit," says Tessa, the Rep's associate director, brought in by new artistic director Roxana Silbert.
London, June 15( ANI ): Transport bosses in London have given a number of suggestions to daily commuters for avoiding the Olympic rush hour, which includes trying everything from rollerblading to rock climbing.
Summary: A growing trend is speeding along the winding paved walkway of Beirut's corniche: rollerblading.
THE husband of a woman who died after hitting her head while trying out rollerblading for the first time has praised the kindness of hospital staff who helped her.
They've been skiing in the Alps, swimming in the Pacific, and rollerblading in Rome.
A 10-YEAR-OLD Scots boy's rollerblading skills have made him an internet sensation.
She asked that council use the $300,000 remaining federal and provincial grant monies to pave this section of the trail which would then be easier for children and seniors to use and would accommodate additional uses such as rollerblading and wheelchairs.
Mobile Yoga is a rad mash-up of powerful rollerblading and Zenworthy postures that tones all over.
On average, it was found that the girls spent 69 minutes and the boys spent 81 minutes a day in moderate activities such as hiking, skateboarding, or rollerblading, and vigorous activity such as soccer, running, tennis, and basketball.
ROLLERBLADING pensioner Geoff Dornan has backed out of an appeal court battle to defend his right to skate in Southport.