I know a lot of people are still asking this question. I'll be short and to the point. When you really look at it, for years Rollerblading has seemed to shut out many other countries. Only recently has USD and other teams begun to visit places like South America. For the most part, there is an invisible barrier of exclusivity within our sport and lifestyle as a whole. There are pros and am's throughout the world who kill it, but yet it seems only the ones in the US get any recognition. Maybe people fear the language differences. I'm sure we've all visited other sites where if someone posts in their native language, people poke fun and say "speak English". At United World Rolling we don't care what language you speak because we're all here for the same thing. WE LOVE TO ROLL!! And that's what it should be about in the first place. Most ROLLERBLADERS aren't skating at a pro/am level and don't try to be. We just love the way it feels to roll around, to jump things, to grind a ledge or rail. Its the feeling we get just trying on a new pair of skates or to have a fun session with our friends. Some of us love it so much when we see a girl that skates good, we think it makes her like 10 times hotter. I know sometimes country politics affect us and we think different, but one country is not better than the others. We all have blades on our feet and want to keep rolling no matter how old we get. To EAT, SLEEP, DREAM and SHIT ROLLERBLADING FOREVER!!
...and at United World Rolling we want to do just that, united bladers around the world because we love this shit!! So no matter where you're from or what you prefer to session, go ahead.. post your pics, videos, share spots and events. Show the world YOU EXIST.