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Thursday, 13 March 2014 10:57

Blind and Creager go seperate ways

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After 20 amazing and memorable years, Blind and Ronnie Creager are going their separate ways. From the beginning Ronnie has been a one of a kind inspiration to all of us at Blind, the team, everyone at Dwindle and skaters worldwide with his uncanny board control and effortless style. Over the years Ronnie has delivered some of the most technical and easy on the eyes video parts the skate world has ever seen. These parts are timeless and serve as inspiration for skaters of all ages from every corner of the globe. We cant thank Ronnie enough for all his contributions, memories and fun times over the years. We wish Ronnie nothing but the best and look forward to seeing more amazing skating from him in the future.

Posted: March 13, 2014

Last modified on Thursday, 13 March 2014 11:00
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