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Other site features include areas for articles and media enquiries, news, some past Australian skater profiles (2000-2009), product reviews, trick tips (with video clips), image gallery and much more.
Rollerblading.com.au is owned by James
O'Connor, Coach Representative on the Skate Australia
National Rollerblading Committee,
Skate Australia Coach & IISA ICP & Skate IA / United Skate Schools (USSG) Instructor,
who skates vert (half-pipe), park, street and slalom rollerblading. Thanks
to a government grant (NEIS) this site was made possible. Thanks is also due to companies and individuals acknowledged in the contributor
/ thank you area. Coaching skating for Rollerblading.com.au, 1800 Reverse Street Active, skating product sales of Freeline Skates and Xliders and stints of teaching high school science allows the producer of this site to financially support its ongoing development.
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