Dónal Glackin and Donovan Delaney face angry security guards, danger zones and thrilling heights in their adventurous lives as rollerbladers.
“This a short documentary I shot with a friend of mine for a local irish language network about our experiences growing up skating when we where younger.
All the speaking is done in the irish language but it has subtitles and features a lot of archive footage from the irish skate scene as well as some more up to date footage as well”. - Dónal Glackin.
Raw clips from Wreckless skatepark in Gorey, Wexford. Dano Gorman and Albert Hooi for USD Skates & BHC Wheels.
Raw clips of Albert Hooi, Dano Gorman, Zima Balazs, Donal Glackin And Eoin Prendergast in Raw Cycles indoor skatepark in Limerick, Ireland.
“I was lucky enough to speak about the blade life and FISE for an episode of iRoller in Bangkok, Thailand. Give it a watch! - A.J. Stine.
Featuring Jeerasak Tassorn, Thailand’s former FISE world champion rollerblader and A.J. Stine a MC of rollerblading at the Fise world series. This time they meet up to hangout and to collect more footage at Thammasat University, Pak Nam Samutprakarn & Hua Mak Stadium. Special Guest: Worapoj Note Boonnim
Hello, I’m Simon Studer from Switzerland. This summer I spent a lot of time producing a short documentary about rollerblading, based in my home country, Switzerland. It’s in Swiss German but I created English subtitles of course.
It’s called Swiss Blading. I featured Tobias Leonhardt, Benjamin Wehrli and Jan Fehlmann (with whom I couldn’t film skating because of his crash in the FISE Montpellier, which is also featured in the interview) as interview guests.
You’ll see a ton of Swiss guys skating, such as Adrian Deck, Tobias Leonhardt, Benjamin Wehrli, Nicolas Meister, Clark Vincent Zeller, Reto Bürgin, Taras Stolyar, Julian Luginbühl, Dean Bradley, myself and many more. - Simon Studer.
Visit Simon’s Youtube channel, he puts up a ton of rollerblading content.
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.”