This girl here has realy got some skills. Watch this hot girl melting the hearts of audience with her epic roller skating skills. Absolutely talented!
Ever thought how good of a skater dog's can be? Then watch this video showing Bamboo the skater, skating down the highway 101 pathway.
This girl seems to be learning roller skates and chose wrong place to learn. Watch her speeding down the road and lands hilariously on the sand.
SHORT BLENDER ANIMATION !
Yulia Vyacheslavovna Lipnitskaya (alt. spelling: Julia Lipnitskaia; Russian: Ю́лия Вячесла́вовна Липни́цкая, Russian: [ˈjulʲɪjə vʲɪtɕɪˈslavəvnə lʲɪpˈnitskəjə]; born 5 June 1998) is a Russian figure skater.
Lipnitskaya was part of the Russian team to win the 2014 Winter Olympics team trophy. Individually, Lipnitskaya is the 2014 World Silver medalist, the 2014 European champion, the 2013–14 Grand Prix Final Silver medalist, and a two-time Russian national Silver medalist (2012 & 2014). Competing as a junior, Lipnitskaya won the 2012 World Junior Championships, 2011–12 JGP Final, and 2012 Russian Junior Championships.
Lipnitskaya is the youngest Russian athlete to win a Gold Medal at the Winter Olympics. Within the Ladies' Singles category, Lipnitskaya is the youngest Gold medalist at the European Championships. Lipnitskaya is also the youngest figure skater to win a Gold Medal at the Olympics under modern rules. Lipnitskaya was 15 years, 249 days old when Russia won the team trophy, six days younger than American Tara Lipinski, who won Gold Medal in the individual event at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. The only Olympic figure skating Gold medalist younger than both girls was Maxi Herber at the (Pair skating event at the 1936 Winter Olympics), who would have been too young to skate at the Olympics under modern rules.
A evening walk at the water turned into a skate session. Glad i had my board.
My skate movie back in the day. Showing us some nice skating skills,
This is Tom at his best skating at the doghouse.
These guys show us some amazing tricks with inline skates.
The invention enables figure skating on all sorts of floors, indoor and outdoor - for training, competition, leisure or play. It makes ice-like movements not possible with conventional roller skates or inlines. Early experiment footage from 2004.
Kid showing off his skills at the skate park.
Michelle Kwan takes the ice. check out her ice skating skills. Isn't she hilarious.