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Tel-Aviv
14 Dec 2006
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Nai ludia PI4
29 Dec 2006
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Lt skate team in Cyprus! pls watch it!
9 Jan 2007
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a pj ladd flip really sorry re-edit
3 Feb 2007
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Skateboard + Surfboard = Street Surfing
21 Jun 2007
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I shot this skateboarding demo at Clarendon Day on Spetember 29, 2007
19 Oct 2007
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Triple-decker skateboarding!
29 Nov 2007
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European Poweriser Team proudly presents the brand new showteam video. May thanks to "Crazy Spleen" and "Sox" for the music.
15 Mar 2008
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filming...
9 Apr 2008
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It's Funny crash!
10 Jun 2009
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After missing a jump this kid is pissed and takes it out on his skateboard. But I think the skateboard actually blames the rider.
28 Jun 2008
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the first video of our new series of videos. We perform a bunch of uncut stunts. The next set of videos will be much better!
10 Feb 2010
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Check out Azo and the new collection of totally mad´╗┐ tricks!
2 Dec 2011
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a man who want to be a stuntman. Awesome tricks.
13 Dec 2011
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*******www.tmba.tv/broadcastanimation/stunt-junkies/ TMBA is the New York animation studio that created the "physics behind the stunts" animations for Discovery Channels "Stunt Junkies" TV show.<br><br /> In this stunt Bob Burnquist rolls down a on a custom built 40 ft. mega ramp roll-in, and then grinds on a 40 ft. rail that extended over the Grand Canyon. Once he reaches the end of the rail, Bob then skydives/base jumps 1,600 ft. into the canyon.<br><br />
5 Apr 2012
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*******www.tmba.tv/broadcastanimation/stunt-junkies/jet-powered-wingsuit/ TMBA is the NYC animation studio that created the CGI for Stunt Junkies. This stunt: Visa Parviainen Jet Powered Wing Suit.<br><br /> Visa Parviainen jumps from a helicopter in a powered wing suit with two small turbojet jet engines attached to his boots. The turbojets provide the thrust needed to achieve horizontal flight. Visa hoped to reach speeds of approximately 120 mph and a flight distance of approximately 20 miles. On his last attempt he "flew" for approximately two minutes; this time, using larger engines, he hoped to<br><br />
8 Apr 2012
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