Category: Firing Line

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Morgan Smith has the uncanny ability to make the exceptionally difficult look amazingly easy. This line would take a lifetime for most.
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Born and raised in Maine, and skating for Black Label and OJ wheels, it's Ben Skrzypek with a buttery line.
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Louie Lopez starts out Globe's Skatepark Round-Up with quick two-trickers, but he triples down on the variations. Got a Firing Line you'd like to submit? Email it to greg@thrashermagazine.com.
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He's known for mega-ollies, but Luis can piece together a sharp-looking line as well.
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With an interview in the mag and a Hell on Wheels in the pipeline, you could say Austyn Gillette's been putting in work. He captures today's Firing Line with speed and power—dude is sick.
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Mark Suciu's got it, and over the next few years you'll be seeing a lot of him. This line will undoubtedly leave you wanting more, but never fear—we hear he's been spending a lot of time at Double Rock lately…
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Pat Burke starts off Slave's Skatepark Round-up week with a speedy Firing Line.
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March 2010 cover boy Chima Ferguson checks in with a clean Firing Line. Must be nice.
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Finding a non-knobbed ledge spot in SF can be a challenge. Guru Khalsa located this hidden gem in an often overlooked neighborhood.
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Another Firing Line straight from the mean streets: Dave Bachinsky. Black Rock. Downtown SF. First-try line before security even knew what hit ’em.
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Classic power meets innovation on the March front as AVE goes over the back to switch 5-0 in NYC. There's 14 more pages of Van Engelen inside, so don't sweat it; Cyril Jackson talks about skating the streets (and sleeping in them), the Naawwsty Crew rolls deep from ATL to FL; Krooked krushes Korea; the Deathwish team spreads some love on the East Coast and Shane O'Neill has a killer ten-page feature. You heard what he did at Wallenberg, right?
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