roller-skater


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someone who engages in roller skating

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Amanda Holden plucking the words: "It felt dangerous and fresh," to those roller-skaters seemingly from thin air, funnily enough after Dixon told them: "That was so dangerous, like a fresh spin on roller-skating.
Tierna Cunningham and Gerry Kelly (top), Basil McCrea (centre) and roller-skaters Nautical but nice.
DREW BARRYMORE is calling on roller-skaters to join her in a mass get-together to help promote her new film.
The international group of 20 performers include musicians, jumpers, stilt walkers and roller-skaters from Italy and Poland.
The international group of 20 performers included musicians, jumpers, stilt walkers, and roller-skaters from Italy and Poland.
At the same time, the Friends of the High Line hope to keep all bikers, roller-skaters and vendors off the Line.
SUCCESS: Gemma Smelt with roller-skaters Clover Weaver and Caragh Doherty (front) Emma West and Faye Gibson (middle) and Lauren Ireland and Joanne Edwards (back).
BMX riders roller-skaters and bungee jumpers have transformed the sawdust ring into the newly heralded Circus Of The Streets.
SANTA BARBARA - ON MOST SUMMER afternoons, as roller-skaters clatter over the wood planks, fishermen check their lines hopefully and brown pelicans glide noiselessly overhead, Stearns Wharf offers little clue of the tumult in its past.
This in-line configuration-rather like a blade made of wheels-lets roller-skaters turn by shifting their weight and using the edges of their skates, much as ice-skaters and skiers do.
CARDIFF echoed to the sound of pounding feet as more than 24,000 runners, joggers, roller-skaters and strollers joined the Sports Aid Race Against Time yesterday.
Lee's one of three specially trained roller-skaters employed to keep things moving during the Christmas rush at Tesco's giant store in Cheshunt, Herts, which is the size of five football pitches.
The rail bed for the line that once served the canneries is now concreted over, creating a wide pathway for bicyclists, walkers, roller-skaters and people pushing strollers.
Photo: Among the first across the bridgeon Pedestrian Day (May 27, 1937) were these three roller-skaters
Our hotel was practically on the Promenade de Anglais which is famous for its cyclists, walkers, joggers and roller-skaters.