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Video: Skateboarding in SA (News 24)

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News 24 caught up with World Skateboarding President Tim McFerran about the state of skateboarding in South Africa and how the industry has grown in the last few years, largely as a result of the Kimberley Diamond Cup Skateboarding World Championships. News 24 also visits Mill St. Skatepark in Cape Town and speaks to local […]

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Video: Skateboarding In Kuruman, Northern Cape

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KDC took a road trip to visit their friends in the village of Mothibistad located in the small Northern Cape city of Kuruman to check out the spots the area had to offer (only 2) before the skatepark was built in 2013. We ended the day off with a session at the Kuruman Skatepark and […]

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Field Trip: Kuruman, Northern Cape

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As often as we can, we try to pay a visit to our friends in the small Northern Cape city of Kuruman. As one of the four skateparks in the Northern Cape funded by the NC Provincial Government, the Mothibistad Skatepark in Kuruman is the stomping grounds for several passionate skaters that visit on a […]

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Making A Difference: Anthony Parise

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Anthony Parise is someone that we have been in touch with for a few years now through facebook, but only recently met in person when he came out to visit South Africa for the first time in nearly 5 years. Anthony, a US citizen, was stationed in the small Northern Cape village of Bothithong while¬†volunteering […]

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KDC – Street World Championships Finals 2015 Recap

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The event everyone was waiting for, the finals of the street World Championships. The world’s best were in Kimberley to compete for the grand prize of 100 000 dollars! The final came down to a head-to-head battle between just two, Nyjah Huston versus Luan Oliveira. The Kumba Skate Plaza was packed to capacity to witness […]

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KDC – Vert World Championships 2015 Recap

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The world’s best Vert skateboarders travelled to Kimberley to compete for the title of Vert World Champion and to try and take home the 35 000 dollar first place prize money. Jimmy Wilkins returned to Kimberley to reclaim his title, despite tough competition from the likes of Mitchie Brusco and veterans like Andy MacDonald. Here […]