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An awkward switch roll-up with those awesomely loose trucks he's known for sends VA flying.
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Grant Patterson explains what happened when he landed on his ankle wrong and took this tendon-busting slam.
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This is brutal, folks. When Andrew staggers away zombie-style from this one, we're not sure if he's actually alive or a member of the living dead.
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Johnny Stone makes it half-way to the promised land… Then, adding insult to literal injury, comes up just short of a more merciful slam.
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Only a few guys know what it's like to take a front board down a kinked rail.David steps up, gets destroyed, and stands tall. This is one tough dude. Score free shipping on either the ODIN or the HEATHEN with code THRASHER at checkout
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You've seen him attack wild, kinked rails. But this long, tall monster had Dakota's number.
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Tommy's approach to skating is so gnarly that he even shocks other pro skaters. But as this taildrop shows, even the best can get taken out at any moment.
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This is pretty much everyone's worst fear when it comes to 50-50ing a flat rail. Unfortunately for Josh, the bar was taller than most and it took a bit longer to fall back down to earth. Thud!
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When a line involves two quick drops and the first landing goes wrong, that means the second one is gonna be even worse.
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We're not sure what Trent was trying here. Nosegrind? Noseblunt? Regardless, getting lumped like this wasn't the outcome he expected.
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740TH1213PC1.jpgIn This Issue
Skater of the Year 2014, Wes Kremer, floats onto the April cover with a sculptural Ollie to fakie and the party continues inside as Wes and his best hemmies go loco in Gran Canaria. The yearly T-Eddys continue to shine and shun; Bones penetrates the language barrier in Poland; The Midwest gets tested by Birdhouse and a Skate Loteria photo feature helps you brush up on your Español. Muy bueno.
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