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33 Responses to “Picture of the day: Rob Pruett – Nass 2012”
Haha dont normally get involved but ok haha here goes, ben to a certain degree you’re right ben ! my trick vocabulary atm is limited to how it was due to the nature of my job i cant fully push myself and get out as much as i like to showcase any street etc i want to do so good observation ben :-). only thing im gonna correct you on is that I have landed numerous gaps over the years and also other tricks over the years. i did like how u tlk about flips i only do one now and again .also new street edit soon , that ones about 5 or six years dated. if this is Ben and i no you why try so hard to hate mate if i have offended you in the past i appologise anyhows cheers for the support off everyone take note wear a helmet when competing !!!
And for the record Sam tuffnell did it from the other side into a elvis ramp which is mental!!! kinda inspired me to do it that and i no Richard taylor was watching me anyways cheers guys
Rob very well said! as people have stated sam has also tried and failed this kinda drop. ok so it was in to a elvis ramp but just as high! so NASS 2013!!! Rob n Sam head to head first one to get it wins best trick ;-)
Somehow I feel cohones is misused here…I’d rather say overestimation of some kind and a great deal of egotism (is that a word I can use?)…not judging, just assuming, could be wrong obviously, but from what I’ve seen from him I think this is a pretty good guess.
I wish him a good recovery of course!
when are rollerbladers going to learn that their spandley little legs cannot handle the pressure that they intend them to cope with. its actually funny to watch. they just hope for the best that they will magically roll away and don’t even stop to consider.
Im really not commenting on any rollernews feeds. The ‘REAL Ben Shelbourne’ is not the real Ben Shelbourne. Anyone who pays attention to rollernews comments and actually answers them isn’t what I would consider a legitimate skater. This is boring now.