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Old July 6th, 2007, 02:38 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by KPGtoTheMax View Post
Dan Perceval, the founder of Xtreme Ice Skating, will not be returning to the UK for his 2007 tour. We apologize for any inconvenience for those who wanted to skate with Dan Perceval in the UK. Also, a new Xtreme Ice Skating video is expected to come out in late May entitled, "Pure Energy". The video will be about 25-30 minutes long and will showcase Xtreme Ice Skating as it truly is: The Heartbeat of Entertainment.

You can check out the preview to Dan's "Pure Energy" video here:

Remember, no matter what sport you're in, stay safe and never give up.

Best Regards,
Xtreme Ice Skating Management

OMG!! Did anyone actually watch this vid???? lmfao!!!!

The voice over is like something from a 1980's B-Grade pseudo martial arts/uplifting teen drama movie!! And he's got the haircut to match! Always wondered what Vanilla Ice would look like skating :P
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Old July 6th, 2007, 05:31 PM   #42
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Hello, I'm part of the short track speed skating community. I've been reading this thread lately and it aggrivated me enough to want to input my 2 cents.

First off: KBG pull your head out of that kids arse*. If he wants to say something, he can come here and say it himself.

Second: Xtreme ice skating will never evolve into a mainstream sport if that guy "Dan" continues with his "professional wrestling" glitzy glamour videos. No one really invented Xtreme ice skating, although i must agree that the other individual who invented Ice Ramps would have more credibility as to discovering the sport rather than "Dan".

Third: The guy from the UK that posted those videos of the foot moves, you are skilled.

The End

- Dan
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Old June 27th, 2009, 09:41 PM   #43
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No one really invented Xtreme ice skating, although i must agree that the other individual who invented Ice Ramps would have more credibility as to discovering the sport rather than "Dan".
No one invented Xtreme Ice Skating? Reallly!?

The Hawaii Ice Palace skaters seem to have the same illegitimate accusation as yourself. Looks like jealousy loves company.
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Old December 2nd, 2009, 02:24 PM   #44
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Default This conversation is hilarious

So anway, is there anyone that actually sells UFS ice blades? Even ones without a grind space, I just want something I can put on my ufs skates when I go ice skating so I don't have to use those rental skates which are pretty uncomfortable.
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