Inspired by Asia style of skating, the World Freestyle Skating Championships (WFSC) is “the lightest slalom skate in the world”, and gives more freedom to your moves! What to try it?!

Freestyle slalom skating is a highly technical field of skating that involves performing tricks around a straight line of equally spaced cones. The most common spacing used in competitions is 80 cm, with larger competitions also featuring lines spaced at 50 cm and 120 cm.

In the video, you can watch the Pairs Slalom performer Hartmanis Klaudia & Sulinowski Michal from Poland at the 7th WFSC. It was held in Taipei City, Taiwan from November 5 to November 8, 2013. 24 countries took part in the competition.

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