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Timm Kittlitz (Germany): Grindhouse Miniview 2016

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Timm Kittlitz (Germany): Grindhouse Miniview 2016

Filmed by Deniz Baethke, Phil Jamaldeen, Jo Zenk, Harry Can, Tobian Matthiessen & Stephan Mohr. Editing: Stephan Mohr.

Timm Kittlitz (Germany): Grindhouse Mini View (2014)

Monday, January 26th, 2015

Timm Kittlitz (Germany): Grindhouse Mini View (2014)

Previously: Timm Kittlitz: L’Assassin, by the Jamaldeen Brothers (2013).

Timm Kittlitz and Friends (Ravensburg, Germany): Goodbye Gerbersteig, 2014 Edit

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

Timm Kittlitz and Friends (Ravensburg, Germany): Goodbye Gerbersteig,  2014 Edit

Clips from this summer around Ravensburg. Goodbye to our flat and a sick time at Gerbersteig. Featuring Tizian Bogl, Franz Josef, Timm Kittlitz, Maximilian Heid, Lukas Merkle, Stephan Mohr, Miro Kolb & Max Obermaier.

Previously: Timm Kittlitz: L’Assassin, by the Jamaldeen Brothers (2013).

First Days of Summer by Benjamin Buettner

Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

First Days of Summer by Benjamin Buettner

Short recap clip of this year’s first session in Prague with Timm Kittlitz, Marian Sorge, Sven Schirrmeister, Denis Wolf, Georg Rokita & Sven Hausmann. – Ohmylove.info.

Camera, Cut & Color: Benjamin Buettner. Sound: Andre Klar.
Music: King Krule – Border Line.

Timm Kittlitz: L’Assassin, by the Jamaldeen Brothers

Sunday, March 3rd, 2013

Timm Kittlitz: L'Assassin, by the Jamaldeen Brothers

Timm Kittlitz, USD Germany. Shot and cut by the Jamaldeen Brothers. Additional camera by Stephan Mohr.

Timm Kittlitz: 2012 Park + Street Leftover Clips

Thursday, October 11th, 2012

Timm Kittlitz

Timm Kittlitz: Barcelona, 2012 Edit

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Timm Kittlitz: Barcelona, 2012 Edit

After a long time injury Timm Kittlitz redevelops his skills constantly. Filmed by Stephan Mohr, edited by Tim Jamaldeen.

Previously: Timm Kittlitz and Chris Hack (USD Germany), Edit.

Timm Kittlitz and Chris Hack (USD Germany)

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Matty Watky presents Timm Kittlitz and Chris Hack skating around the USD headquarters.

Both riders are using the Billy O’Neill USD UFS Thrones, out now.

Timm Kittlitz and Chris Hack

You can catch Chris Hack and Matty Watky on the Show of Force Tour this month (Spain):

usd Show of Force Tour

Via The Conference.

The Grindhouse View (2009, Team dvd): Mix Feat. Timm Kittlitz, Tobi Wollmann & Kenth Ulvedal

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

Filmed all over Europe though there is loads of Copenhagen and Stockholm in this section.

The Grindhouse View

More Sections of the Grindhouse View Dvd (2009).
Thanks Daniel Prell.

Timm Kittlitz: Conference Interview, Photo Gallery

Monday, December 21st, 2009

Timm Kittlitz

Timm has had a great year in 2009, having released a number of top notch edits with his smooth and stylish skating. He has been taking time out to shoot some photos exclusively for The Conference, and we made sure to get an interview to accompany the shots. Read on!

Photos by Sascha Krautz, Alexander Mersdorf and Bartholomaus Zientek.

Timm Kittlitz

Oli Benet: Hey Timm, first off, tell me where you are from, and how old you are, and how long you have been skating.

Timm Kittlitz: Hey! I am from Cuxhaven. That’s a small town near Hamburg directly at the Northern Sea in Germany. Right now I am 20 years old and I’ve been skating for around 12 Years now with some breaks.

Oli Benet: Before about a year ago, I have to admit I had never heard of your skating. Then suddenly edits and photos appeared, and they really were outstanding, both in skill and style level. What are the reasons behind this?

Timm Kittlitz: Haha. Well I have been on Grindhouse since 2006 and on USD since 2007 so maybe you should have heard of me before but that’s okay haha. My parents forced me to do Ice-Skating when I was around 3 or 4. But I got to learn it with the age of 5. And so some years later I started to play Inline-Hockey in a rather professional way. My dad was a coach and trainer back in the days. So I got to be safe on skates quite early even before I started to do Aggressive-Skating with the age of 8. And yes, as far as I can see it’s some time ago and so I got on quite well doing that rolling thing during the years. 12 Years is a long time and I am not even that good for 12 years of experience. […]

Check the full Timm Kittlitz Interview & Photo Gallery.











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