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Skateboarding At The White House
One week after Tony Hawk's historic and feverishly debated wheelie through the White House halls last month, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. was once again the site of an event unprecedented in skateboarding history.
For a few hours, the stretch of asphalt directly in front of the president's home and office was blocked off by the Secret Service and reserved for the sport, which is otherwise strictly prohibited in most of D.C.
The cracked and cratered blacktop in front of the ...
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Skateboarding in front of the White House just goes to show how far the sport has come along. But even with those strides, we've still got a long way to go.