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This article explores the skateboarding journey of Pedro Barros, a Brazilian skateboarder who gained the blessing of Jake Phelps, the late editor of Thrasher magazine, at a young age. Barros is now an Olympic silver medalist and the 2018 Park Skateboarding World Champion. The article discusses Barros’ hometown of Florianópolis and his passion for skateboarding. It also highlights how Barros is giving back to his community by using his success and income to build skateparks. Surprisingly, Barros funds these projects using his beer money, generated from investments in real estate and a brewery. The article concludes by praising Barros’ dedication to his roots and his efforts to provide opportunities for aspiring skateboarders.
Supreme has released their latest skateboarding video, PIGGY (2023), showcasing the skills of the Supreme skateboarding team. The video features impressive tricks, flips, and stunts in various locations. Skateboarding enthusiasts can watch the video on Vague’s official website. PIGGY (2023) is a must-watch for fans of skateboarding, as it pushes the boundaries of what’s possible on a skateboard. For more skateboarding updates and videos, visit Vague. This post is brought to you by Boardstore, your go-to source for top-quality skateboarding gear.
Welcome to Skateline, where the latest skateboarding news is brought to you. This episode covers exciting developments such as Dylan Jaeb’s “Cold Call” video, Taylor Kirby’s Spitfire part, WKND’s Rumble Pack video, Palace’s Beta Blockers video, and the talent of skaters Guy Mariano and Braden Hoban. Each of these videos showcases impressive skills, mind-blowing tricks, and boundary-pushing creativity. In addition to featuring these videos, Skateline highlights the incredible talent of skaters like Guy Mariano and Braden Hoban. For more skateboarding updates and videos, visit the original article on Thrasher Magazine’s website.