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Skateboarding
By: Brett Tracanna
Parts of a skateboard
History
• Skateboarding started in the 1950’s
• No exact date for when skateboarding was
invented
• Became very popular in...
The ollie
•Board stays under feet
•Board is evened out in
the air
•Pop with back foot
•Slide front foot forward
as you jum...
Tricks
• Kickflip
• Heelflip
• 360 flip
• Lazer flip
• Varial kickflip
• Varial heelflip
• Pop shov-it
• Front shov-it
• i...
Landing Right
Don’t lean to far back
Don’t Lean to far forward
Land it on the bolts
Stances
• Goofy is where your left foot pops your tail
• Regular is where your right foot pops your tail
• Mongo is when y...
Myself
Sources
• http://www.awesome-
skateboard.com/SkateboardParts.html
• http://skateboard.about.com/cs/boardscience
/a/brief_h...
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  1. 1. Skateboarding By: Brett Tracanna
  2. 2. Parts of a skateboard
  3. 3. History • Skateboarding started in the 1950’s • No exact date for when skateboarding was invented • Became very popular in the early 60’s • Skateboard wheels began as just clay but then urethane skateboard wheels were invented which are what is used today
  4. 4. The ollie •Board stays under feet •Board is evened out in the air •Pop with back foot •Slide front foot forward as you jump Slide up foot
  5. 5. Tricks • Kickflip • Heelflip • 360 flip • Lazer flip • Varial kickflip • Varial heelflip • Pop shov-it • Front shov-it • indy • Nollie • Frontside and backside 180 • Frontside and backside 360 • Bigspin • Bigflip • Backside and frontside flip
  6. 6. Landing Right Don’t lean to far back Don’t Lean to far forward Land it on the bolts
  7. 7. Stances • Goofy is where your left foot pops your tail • Regular is where your right foot pops your tail • Mongo is when you pedal with the same foot you use to pop the board with
  8. 8. Myself
  9. 9. Sources • http://www.awesome- skateboard.com/SkateboardParts.html • http://skateboard.about.com/cs/boardscience /a/brief_history.htm • http://www.skateboardhere.com/skateboard- trick-list.html

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