Kitintale skate park, Uganda. Photos by Yann Gross.
Thats so cool. Go Kitintale skate park!
Wow! The photos really give a sense of the poverty in the area. Perhaps we’ll see someone from Uganda at the X-Games someday. Thank you for posting.
Nice park! It is better than anything in my shitty city (MIAMI)…
I found a great blog about the Uganda skate scene here:
these are beautiful.
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Those kids are gonna do some serious shredding. I approve!
brick half pipe! bet they rip shit up. rad.
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reminds me of that project: http://de.skateistan.org/
sooooooooo awesome .. makes me want to skate again …
These are so awesome. Great to see skateparks in such a desolate environment.
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Hell yea, these are some of the most solid series off photos I’ve seen here in a looooooong time.
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HEY YOU ALL THERE IS A MOVIE OF THIS ON THE INTERNET I SAW 2 YEARS AGO. TRY AND FIND IT. GOOGLE VIDEO…………
One feeling…one sport…one world! SKATE OR DIE FOREVER!!!
I would love to skate there.
these are aswome
these shoots are amazing.
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this is just awesome…
ope this brings in sponsors cause hats all they need to make it BIG
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Why have they all got the same skateboard??
they dont – its pretty clear some of the trucks are red and some aren’t
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