Interviews | Thierry Finet – Third Winner Of Africa Street Skateboarding Championships

Written By Headquarter | Africa Skateboarding Diary ASD: Well Thierry we met at KDC 2015, is that your real name? Thierry: Yes its my real name Thierry Finet ASD: For how long have you been on a skateboard? Thierry: I start Skateboarding since 5years now I got my first board on December 2009 In Christmas ...

Skateparks Review | Don Bosco Skatepark, Dodoma-Tanzania.

Written by Headquarter Don Bosco Skatepark was built and funded by Skate Aid, Germany Based NGO through Don Bosco Missionaries In Tanzania. This facility was built after Kintale Skatepark (Uganda) and then it was followed by Shangilia Skatepark (Nairobi, Kenya) Currently this is the Only Skatepark in Tanzania and a home of more than 100 ...

Skateshops Review | Doyen Skate Shop Zambia

Written By Headquarter Doyen Skate Shop from Lusaka, Zambia promotes underground talents and empower the youth to pass on skateboarding to the next generation . Striving to move skateboarding and all other extreme sports from an underground and unrecognized perspective to one that is recognized and respected by Zambian community, Africa and the whole World.Setting ...

Skateboarding Dreams Are Big In Tanzania

Written By Augustine Rutasingwa | First Published in 2013 Like a Sun, Skating in Africa-shine, Sun shine in Tanzania. A country located at the Eastern Part of the second largest continent in the world. Tanzania is the beautiful country, her citizen are of more welcoming face…and above all we live well despite of being poor, ...

Skateboarding’s Inclusion in the Olympic Games. Rad or Bad

Written By Chris Stylianou | South Africa Skateboarding inclusion as a sport in the Olympic Games was always going to be a controversial topic. The reaction on the streets is that skateboarding is not a sport but rather a lifestyle, art, culture. The reality is that most sports are a lifestyle and culture. Rugby certainly ...

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