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Competition Report: Australian Rollerblading Open 2012

Back in December, our Aussie correspondents Rob Ham and Simon Kelly hosted the national Australian Rollerblading Open in Canberra. While the northern hemisphere was freezing in the middle of winter, our southern counterparts were melting in the heat with record high temperatures paired with some super technical and intense skating. Check out what went down.... Read More...

Competition Report: Asian X-Games 2012 in China

When your with a group of guys as diverse as the ones I had the pleasure of spending the week with, it’s not just the stories you create that stick with you, but the one’s you hear as well. The 2012 Asian X Games showcase everything that is right in the world of Rollerblading, entwined with fake Scotch and a podium payout that park skating hasn’t seen in a while. ... Read More...

A deeper look into the Asian X-Games by Chris van der Merwe from South Africa

The Asian X-Games is the only X-Games that still hosts rollerblading. Although X-Games is a household known brand-name and people who don’t know much about rollerblading might think it is the biggest competition for rollerbladers out there, it only has a 3-star rating on the WRS scale. That is obviously because of the amount of pro’s participating. It has less pro’s attending but more prize money (up to 10th place). But Asian X-Games is not about the money... ... Read More...

Baltic Games 2010

Baltic Games is definitely more than an ordinary festival, it unites different extreme sports events at one big event: a skateboarding competition held at the b... Read More...