Posts Tagged ‘clement milot’
What is going on with the blading scene in France? Where did it find its beginnings? Is there something distinctive about French blading, what is it?
I don’t find that there is something that really distinguishes the French blading scene from another.
There are a lot of talented skaters, all levels combined, with very different styles, who can’t access the recognition of being entitled a pro. From the top of my head as an example there’s Julien Cudot, Adrien Anne, Matthias Sillan and many more.
Skaters here either like to skate on their own, some prefer real group street sessions others are really motivated travel-wise and go to nearly all the contests (the European ones at least). However as far as skating goes I must say that there are very few infrastructures, skateparks and the street spots are never perfect and turn out to be quite difficult. But that’s actually a plus side and gives birth to crazy skaters such as Cyril Daniel and Mathieu Heinnemann…
I can keep trying to describe the french blading scene but actually there just isn’t a made in France label, which, to my mind, is what makes rollerblading interesting. […]
Main camera: Tara-Jean Brody-Vart.
Edit by: Clément Milot.
Colorimetrie: Trak (Benjamin Trancart).
Musique: Alif tree.
Main place: Paris.
Check the video in HD Streaming.
+ larger version of the picture by Vincent Desailly. Thanks Clement.
Check an article w/ photo of Clement Milot on FrenchyFries.
(in french & english language).
A spot skating by ClÃ©ment Milot in Barcelona.
Photo: Vincent Desailly.
A Nimh & Third Impact skater, edited by the Kal Crew.
Thanks Vincent & Sonia.
Two days session. Edit by Rascaprod.
(filmed in Strasbourg, if i’m not wrong ;)