Mindgame - Brain Fear Gone (2000), A Shane Coburn and Dustin Latimer. Profiling: Jon Elliott, Omar Wysong, Brian Shima, Dustin Latimer, Aaron Feinberg. Also featuring: Arlo Eisenberg, Robert Lievanos, Brooke Howard Smith, BJ Bernhart, Eric Schrijn, Fridolin Eelbo, Louis Zamora, Mike Murda Johnson, Dominic Sagona and many more.
Dustin Latimer - Video on Youtube: - PLAY - Music:
Cirque Du Soleil – Rumeurs ; Cirque Du Soleil – Ombra.
; Mindgame - Brain Fear Gone: Full Video + Soundtrack Listing.
Feet 1 – directed by Lonnie Gallegos. Starring: Chris Farmer, Dustin Latimer, JC Rowe, Robert Guerrero, Matt Moya, John Sullivan & more. feet is a creative collection of clips and footage compiled in an artistic way to make you want to use your feet.
Dustin Latimer, Feet 1 Section: PLAY - Music: Atmosphere – Hockey Hair.
Aaron Feinberg - Mindgame Hammer Pro Wheel: Will like a hammer. Steady. Persistent. Never Hesitating. Never Bending. Only Doing.
The Hammer visiting an old friend. Photo: Brian Konoske. Visit
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Dustin Latimer - Interview by Joey McGarry
It took me a few years before I could wrap my head around your second Words section. Where did some of those movement ideas come from?
Just where I was in life. Different possibilities and creations manifested and adapted to what apparatus lied near. Rollerblading is free moving unlike fixed postures like skateboarding, biking, etc… So just exploring the freedom and trying to give awareness to others to possibilities that lie outside of the preconceptions.
Do you practice yoga and/or meditation? Or do you not and I just assume you do?
Yes, as all do in their own way, for without unification with the entirety of self, separations delusional insanity lures. How can one be other than that which they are? Yoga/ Meditation, religion are but pathways and means of really seeing and being the being I/you/we are.
How long have you been doing it and how did you get into it?
I got into basic hatha Yoga by the showings of Shane Coburn in the early Mindgame days and since have followed and found my own path of unification… […]
full interview Mushroomblading.com (link down).
Photos courtesy of Todd McInerney.
Who is Mark Korte and what does he have to do with rollerblading?
I can basically answer that by saying… I am the USD Enforcer, one of the founders of the Stretch Crew, and a Powerslide veteran… since a lot of kids might not know what in the hell that means, I will break it down.
I came to be part of USD in the late part of ‘98, when the team was Arlo Eisenberg, Champion Baumstimler, Dustin Latimer, Jon Julio, and Josh Petty. At the time I was only hired by Powerslide to push papers, but that changed after a week or so.
To make a long story short, I had found my calling. I got to know all of the USD team (which was going through a transition period, much like we are now) and I ended up being the filter between the company and the team; I might even go as far as to say the glue, and at the same time I was the International Sales Manager at Powerslide.
So I was able to combine all of that into helping make USD (and The Conference Brands that followed) the hottest thing available. During this period, of which I am very proud to be a part of, we had the undisputed best team in Rolling, I built a worldwide flow team to rival all others at the time, and worked with distributors in over 40 countries building USD.
I was very adament about everything having structure, and working with the best team of rollers in the world has moulded my personality to this day, and I am grateful to each and every one who ever rolled for USD. […]
Full Interview on Oneblademag.com.
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