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At home with Kayle Lawson and Nathan Jackson.

If skateboarding had its own Seven Wonders of the World, the Brooklyn Banks would feature prominently at the top of the list.

A secret and very sentimental DIY spot in Sydney.

How the Butter Goods boys narrowly avoided a tragedy.

Cameron Sparkes has been interviewing skateboarders for more than a decade and he can certainly attest that it’s a trickier business than it sounds.

A self-described “weird dude” with an eclectic bag of tricks.

On top of ‘loud’, ‘sexy’ and ‘workhorse’, Andrew Beauchamp can now add the word ‘dad’ to his bio.

Sam is what is technically known as a damn good kid. There’s no arrogance. He can hold his own in a conversation. There’s a wisdom that belies his 19 years and he seems to be moving through life with a natural self-assuredness and an ability to adapt to whatever comes his way.

“All I know is that he’s gnarly. Grinds some hectic rails.” That’s all I’ve been told about Rob Pace. Just 11 words. I’ve never actually met him and this interview is to be our first encounter.

10 things Riely Walker learned at the world’s wildest skateboarding event.