Nick Riggle was featured on the San Diego News 8, TV Broadcast.
“Nick Riggle dropped out of high school to become a professional skater. After participating in stunt shows and competitions, including three ESPN X-Games appearances, Nick then went on to get a Ph.D in Philosophy. Now in his new book, the USD professor is helping people make promising connections and find the meaning of “awesome.”
TV3 Spain released a second broadcast (check the first one here) about the miracle story of Michel Prado, his recovery from coma and his challenge to get back on the skates.
El miracle del patinador Michel Prado. El Michel va rebre una brutal agressio que el va deixar en coma. Contra tot pronostic s’ha recuperat i ja torna a patinar. Es un exemple de com, a la vida, es pot comencar de zero. Ens ho ha explicat, entre llagrimes, al “Tarda oberta”.
Riding Zone is a french broadcast on the public channel France O dealing with extreme sport, which has been around since 2007. Today, they challenged Warren Digne to ride a 32 stairs kink.
“After 7 months between life and death, I finally win this battle.” - Michel Prado. TV3 Spain interview with Michel Prado, Mery Munoz & Carlos Bernal (article on Ccma.cat).
Drop the term “awesome” into your search engine and you’re sure to rack up close to two billion hits. That could be annoying because for many the word isn’t so awesome, but in the hands of ex pro-skater-cum-philosopher Nick Riggle the term turns into an entire ethic-a polysyllable for our times. In a careful and sober ethical account, Riggle sketches what an “awesome” world might look like.
Get the podcast: Download the mp3 | Article on Abc.net.au.
On April 9th, the San Diego Classic Street Contest was inaugurated in America’s Finest City. These are highlights we collected throughout the day. Visit Oneblademag.com
- Chad Tannehill
- Tim Franken
- Anthony Luna