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Meet the Cuban-American Skateboarder Making Waves in the Food World
Vans flow rider Sam Narvaez is a total skater’s skater: always down to go out, pushing as fast as possible and skating anything in front of her.
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Margielyn Didal Wins Highest Finish By A Filipino in Pro Skate Competition
After reaching fifth place in the Street League Skateboarding World Tour, she is one step closer to qualifying for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Tony Hawk Really, Really Wants You to Know People Keep Recognizing Him in Public
He's been tweeting about it religiously for years, obsessed with letting the world know that strangers keep saying, "Hey—you're Tony Hawk!"
Life Lessons from Three of the World’s Most Brutal Sports
Pain is a teacher for Eric Spicely, pro-wrestler, skateboarder, and MMA fighter.
Inside California's Queer Skating Scene
Magda Wosinska documents the changing face of skater culture in America with a new photography series and short film.
Here Are the Most Romantic Skate Photos You're Likely to See This Week
Photographer Claudio Majorana's new book explores why any kid would pick up a skateboard.
This Millennial Is the Director Behind an Oscar-Nominated Skate Film
VICE Asia speaks to Bing Liu about being Asian-American and how life has changed after his highly-acclaimed documentary 'Minding the Gap'
The Best Female Skater in Asia Right Now is a Teenager from the Philippines
The daughter of a carpenter and a sidewalk vendor, Margielyn Didal had to borrow skateboards from friends when she was starting – now she’s aiming for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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Marc Mckee On Designing Some of the Most Iconic Graphics in Skateboarding
Among many other things, Marc is responsible for Flameboy and Wet Willy – the World Industries characters who decorated your year 8 hoodies.
This Skateboarding Competition Is a Nod to a Fledgling Revolution in India
Jugaad—in its fourth edition now and organized by full-time skateboarder Gautham Kamath—is one of the most anticipated events in a country where the form is fast gaining currency.
Almost 25 Years Later, Supreme Is Still a Skate Shop
As skateboarding has morphed and followed (sometimes unfortunate) fads over the years, there’s something comforting in the consistency of Supreme.
Jonah Hill Made a Skate Film That Doesn't Suck
'Mid90s' captures what it's like to grow up a skate rat in a way no other mainstream film has.