Posts Tagged ‘chris haffey’
Leading the Blind, the first 4×4 Team Video by Pat Lennen & Jan Welch.
Bonus: Chris Haffey (2012) Training for Asian X Games
Photo: Strange Creatures.
Freestyle Culture, Short Preview
Featuring Chris Haffey – double cork gone wrong
Topsoul, UWR Edit
2012 Winner: Alex Broskow (full results).
2011 Winner: Julien Cudot (full results).
2010 Winner: Chris Haffey (full results).
2009 Winner: Montre Livingston (full results).
2008 Winner: Alex Broskow (full results).
2007 Winner: Brian Aragon (full results).
2006 Winner: Erik Bailey (full results).
2005 Winner: Sean Kelso (full results).
2004 Winner: Billy O’neill (full results).
2003 Winner: Ben Weis (full results).
2002 Winner: Rory Melehan
2001 Winner: Ben Weis
Podcast #72: Chris Haffey (MP3)
Podcast #71: Sean Cullen (MP3)
Dustin Latimer Interview by Joey McGarry
It took me a few years before I could wrap my head around your second Words section. Where did some of those movement ideas come from?
Just where I was in life. Different possibilities and creations manifested and adapted to what apparatus lied near. Rollerblading is free moving unlike fixed postures like skateboarding, biking, etc… So just exploring the freedom and trying to give awareness to others to possibilities that lie outside of the preconceptions.
Do you practice yoga and/or meditation? Or do you not and I just assume you do?
Yes, as all do in their own way, for without unification with the entirety of self, separations delusional insanity lures. How can one be other than that which they are? Yoga/ Meditation, religion are but pathways and means of really seeing and being the being I/you/we are.
How long have you been doing it and how did you get into it?
I got into basic hatha Yoga by the showings of Shane Coburn in the early Mindgame days and since have followed and found my own path of unification… […]
Check the full Interview on Mushroomblading.com.
Photos courtesy of Todd McInerney.
The Youth Co. Announcement. Chris Haffey, Chris Farmer, and Jon Julio.
Pre-ordering now for delivery. Size 1 frame and full soft goods line available February 10, 2012. Size 2 frame available for pre-order shipping February, March 2012.
Dec 9, 2011 – 10:49pm gmt+1:
Chris Haffey: 30 meters (98.4 feet) validated. World Record.
Taig Khris world record was 29 meters (95 feet).
Chris Haffey: World Record
Training Session (Repost)
Featuring Chris Haffey, Franky Morales, brian aragon & Romain Godenaire.
Song: Radiohead – Street Spirit (Fade Out).
- More Live updates, photos & videos of the Air Fise 2011, Marseille.
- Patrick Leal wrote an article about the event on Examiner.com.
Romain Godenaire, badly hurt
Romain did a bad fall at the Air Fise Marseille ; he was hurt at the hips, elbows, jaw, head & ear ; he got the nose broken. He is ok and got out of the hospital few hours ago (Dec 10, 8pm GMT+1).
The Air Fise Marseille will take place tomorrow! Skaters are already testing the ramp:
up: Romain Godenaire.
To gain speed, skaters will be launched thanks to a cable:
Side view of the ramp:
(older picture, red protections are not installed on this shot)
Filmed by JC Rowe, Ivan Narez, Beau Cottington & Nick Wood ; edited by Brian Griffin.
Song: Jay-z & Kanye West – Niggas in Paris.
WRS Uploaded Media
- Round 1 Entries + Stats.
Sean Kelso, Nick Wood, Dre Powell, Stefan Horngacher, Nils Jansons, Matthias Ogger, Jacob Juul & Daniel Prell
- Round 2, Day 1 Entries + Stats
Mathias Silhan, David Sizemore, Dominik Wagner & Kevin Lapierre.
- Round 2, Day 2 Entries + Stats.
Sven Boekhorst, Adrien Anne, Dave Lang, Tyler Hester.
- Round 2, day 3 Entries.
Brian Aragon, Erik Bailey, Daniel Prell, Nils Jansons.
- Round 2, day 4 Entries.
Chris Haffey, Alex Broskow, Sean Kelso, Jacob Juul.
Double Backflip 180, Footage
Chris Haffey: (ProTips4U) How to Launch a Launch Box (Preview)
In this Pro Tips 4U sports training sample video, Chris Haffey, Champion Rollerblader, goes over How to Launch and Land in a Launch Box.
Watch as Chris goes over tips for the fundamentals of the take-off and how you slowly build speed to go farther and farther to the point you’re ready to land on the down ramp.
At that point Chris teaches you how to land and not crash. For more on Chris including his tips & drills visit his pro Tips home page.