Blading by Vancouver‘s one and only Tommy Chung!
Previously: An afternoon with Tommy Chung in downtown Vancouver.
Tags: canada, danny beer, tommy chung, vancouver
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I like it. Thumbs up!
I like it too even with this lover song.
Great vibe coming from that edit. PROPS !
Some nice tricks. U roll on the last bit? Looks scary!
Niiiice, jackie chan is back
Incredible super smooth style, very chilled
Woooooooo what a section bro, Wild Cat reppin the Canadian scene hard.
Chung is great, all you other Canadians pumped for spring yet ?
Weird choice of music… nice skating for sure HORRIBLE editing and shooting sorry…
Why isn’t this guy pro?
sick edit. good song too. tired of punk and dubstep. how does he fit those size 7’s? i had to shave mine out a fuck ton or else they fucking killed my feet
that was dope. well done
some good style and trick variations!
possibly THEE smoothest style in blading right now. First trick was one of the dopest tricks I have ever seen!
Wildcat in heat!
hot hot hot
YEAAAA, CHUNG CHUNG CHUNG. Awesome Edit.
Sick skating TC
Tommy-saaaaan! Crushing it!
So fucking sick.
Barely any hate on Rollernews!? Probably because this was a fucking sick edit!
Enjoyed this! Great job!
his style is so I don’t give a shit about how hard this is. amazing edit, really creative!
that was awesome !!!! killing it .
damn was dope. tommy handled those hammers with such ease.
Cool as. He’s got a weird way to place his arms when he skates up to spots. Not a big deal, juste saying. Sick skating.
Fresh. Shit’s like cold milk from out the toilet.
man, this guys style is so casual and controlled it makes me have to watch twice to appreciate that his tricks are actually damn good. he just makes shit look easy
That first trick was ridiculous. Sick edit Tommy.
So sick Tommy! Killing it on the daily!
His style reminds me of Silhan.
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