In the early morning hours of April 5, 2012 Globe Shoes teammates Chris Haslam, Ryan Decenzo & Mark Appleyard ventured out across Vancouver’s Lower Mainland to set a new world record for "Most Skateparks Skated in a Single Day."
Joined by a crew of 5 filmmakers, 5 photographers and a bunch of special guests, this epic 18-hour mission culminated in a new world record and one epic film to prove it!
noun: A person's ability to cope well with difficulties or to face a demanding situation in a spirited and resilient way.
When Danny Way came through Vancouver to screen his new documentary Waiting for Lightning, Color Magazine sat down with the living legend to dig deeper into the mind and motivations behind one of skateboarding’s most influential icons.
Interviewed by Sandro Grison
Music: Diplo, Track: Big Lost
Originally Posted on: 14/03/2012 colormagazine.ca/videos/post/3928/wash-rinse-repeat
Neighbourhood Watch Productions presents “Wash Rinse Repeat”; a new short film featuring skateboarding from Kingston, Ontario’s Joshua Bos that takes aim at his battle with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Filmmaker Adam Bos sheds light on Joshua’s OCD by pairing his brother’s raw street skating with 8mm and 16mm incidental shots to create a lasting impression of Canada’s best-kept secret ripper and his life with mental illness.
Filmed around Kingston, Syracuse, N.Y.C, New Jersey and Boston. Also features skating from Jake Bos.
LEARN ALL ABOUT JOSH AND HIS BATTLE WITH OCD HERE: colormagazine.ca/features/post/256/wash-rinse-repeat
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