Contrary to overall opinion of blading`s popularity declining, the Polish scene seems to not have any problems with getting new kids into blading. The model of blade workshops, summer-camps, Junior League and incorporating blading into schools curriculum via PE lessons (yes we are doing it!) made a strong foundation for the new generation. It’s not so unusual here to come across youngsters on the streets practicing their tricks – Seba Dżbik is just one great example.
Text: Basztin Takemura
Pictures: Chris Luca
Destroying Junior contests of Polish Rolling League through 2011-2014 and dropping videos sections for Valo Brand, Seba made a quite name for himself in Poland motivating his peers to harder work.
Whetever it`s the huge influence of TheeStrange crew, or the fact of having tight crew including another polish ripper Karol Byrski made Seba and his skating what it is today. Seba Dżbik turns 18 this year so what would be a better way to enter to mature world than Up & Coming feature on Be-Mag?
BAD HABIT: My worst habit is cheating at school and junk food.
WORST INJURY SO FAR: The worst injury so far was cutting my shin open (5 stitches) while filming for my 2016 street part for @valoinpoland – I slipped on the flat and hit the edge of the rail – soo stupid.
SPONSORS: Valo, Hedonskate
ONE THING YOU WOULD SPENT ONE MILLION DOLLAR/EURO: I would move to USA instantly! Together with my girlfriend, I would buy a nice house in Portland – where I would have a sick crew to skate with (Thee Strange). Next I would find a decent job that let me have enough time for skating!
REASONS TO SMILE: My girlfriend and lacing good trick on the streets!
SKATER OF THE YEAR: Alex Broskow
ONE THING THAT MAKES YOU REALLY ANGRY: Fake people