The Things You Missed During The Opening Of Lapu-Lapu City Skate Park

posted on: Monday, November 24, 2014
Kevin Maglinte
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It took 9 months to build and now, it’s finally open!

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It’s amazing that this is the only publicly funded skate park in the Philippines.

Yes, the WHOLE Philippines!

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 The Lapu-Lapu City Skate Park opened last Sunday, November 16 and for those of you who didn’t witness the opening ceremony, I feel bad for you ’cause you just missed half of your life.

Now that’s just a hyperbolic statement – let’s get down to the things you missed.

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These guys are the real MVP! They made all of this happen!

 

Of course you missed the chance to be one of first to grind those railings.

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You missed to participate in the skating contest (if you have the balls to join).

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Watch some kids who will mop your butt on the floor with their awesome skateboard skills.

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HA! Top that noobs!

 

Some dudes from the other parts of the world.

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Gnarly dude!

 

There were also some roller blades and BMX dudes that showed off their skills too (Didn’t get the BMX photos sorry).

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And girls with boards… WITWEW!

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Bands that I don’t know if they’re just drunk or that was the way they perform.

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Some amazing stories like these one…

And this! Wise words from Dandoy Tongco.

Finally, you missed this awesome tricks by the pros!

So yeah, I hope that other places in the Philippines will support the youth and their hobbies (not just skating, what about DotA?).

I know it’s far-fetched to wish that all the localities will do the same as what Lapu-lapu City did but if they would then that would be great!

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