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Old August 18th, 2010, 04:08 AM   #1
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Default 38 year old male just start in skating

in singapore.

slalom is play by a lot of youth and teen here.

so far, no adults i know or see is playing slalom here.

once i complete lvl3 or lvl 4 ICP.

i hope to buy a slalom skate and try slalom.

hope to find a group to learn from
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Old August 19th, 2010, 04:22 PM   #2
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Hey jojoman,

Welcome to the forum!

Slalom is not just for kids. I slalom, and am in my 40s, so its OK.

You say you live in Singapore? I know that Naomi Grigg, London slalomer and instructor/coach sometimes does freestyle slalom workshops in Singapore. It is possible she might be doing one during her upcoming Asia tour (which begins very soon, I think).

If you are interested, you might want to PM her to see if she is teaching a Singapore workshop (she is on this forum with member name "Naomi"). She is an excellent teacher, and this would be a great way for you to learn a lot of the basics of slalom over a short period of time.

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Good luck!
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