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Captured during two years of touring some of most beautiful cities in the world, including Barcelona, Sydney, Los Angeles, New York, Montreal, Amsterdam and San Francisco with the international team.
Dean Coward (0:56) – Ross Kuhn (1:55).
Along with the vast amateur talent from across the globe, 4Life features with sections from pro riders Alex Broskow, Erik Bailey, Brandon Smith, Victor Arias, Soichiro Kanashima, Cosmio Tassone, and Jon Julio.
Enjoy the first team video by Ivan Narez—and the only blading video on iTunes — as he and the team work to complete the next Valo team video, V, due out Summer 2013.
Dean Coward is the definition of hesh. Every time we blade, hes the first with his blades on and the first to clip up.
Haitian Magazine is proud to re-introduce the 30:30 series with Dean Coward. He knew it was time to wrap it up, and came out a couple more times, banged it out like a boss.
That being said, sit back and enjoy the first of many 30:30′s.
Skating in Long beach. Filmed & Edited by Amir Amadi.
Song: Young Men- Go Away Girl.
Filmed & Edited by Amir Amadi.
Song: The Astronauts – Tomorrow’s Gonna Be Another Day.
Dean, getting right down to biz, why don’t we start off with you telling the readers a little something about yourself; who is Dean Coward?
I’m a 17 year old blader from Orange County California (the home of Ryan Sheckler), who is attending Saddleback College and skating every chance that I can.
Currently, the entire rollerblading industry thinks that you are a raging alcoholic. Your “drunk edits” have given you quite the bad rep. I actually was at a skatepark the other day and saw a fourth grader drink an entire bottle of vodka then proceed to do a miszou.
When I asked him what was causing such bad behavior, all he could say was “Dean Coward rules!” Why don’t we clear the air, you’re not actually drunk in your drunk edits are you? ;)
Ha,ha, i’m glad you asked this question. Drunk edits came about when I started filming skating on my cheap digital camera at the skatepark one day. Adam Brierley told me to make an edit from the footage and call it “Drunk Edit,” for no apparent reason. As time went by I started making more edits, the skating got more silly, as well as the songs I used for them. Now it’s a standard to do funny tricks (pencil grinds, stair glides, etc.) in the drunk edits.
No one is drunk in drunk edits, that’s just the name we chose for them because it goes with the theme of the type of blading going on in them. For some reason, some people take these edits seriously when it’s pretty obvious we’re just doing silly skating and having a good time. But expect big things in the future of Drunk Edits… [...]