Rollerskating and rollerblading are two popular forms of skating. Learn more about skating and find links to skating equipment manufacturers and other sporting goods stores.
Learn about ice skating and roller skating and view photographs of ice skaters and roller skaters. Information about ice skates and roller skates is included on the page.
Black-and-white picture of a girl ice skating on a frozen pond. Ice skating is a recreational or sporting activity that involves gliding on an ice surface while wearing ice skates.
An athletic rollerblader wearing blue jeans and blue, gray, and black rollerblades rolls down a sunny path. The green grass and trees in the background indicate that the workout is occurring in a rural area.
Unlike traditional roller skates, inline skates have four or five wheels arranged in one straight line and a heel stop for braking. A French inventor patented the first inline skate in 1819.
Digital image of an ice skate, which is simply a boot with a blade attached to its bottom. Ice skates are used for skating, or gliding, across ice surfaces. These ice skates have sharp blades so they will slide easily.
Olympic figure skaters and electrons have a lot in common. In figure skating competitions, the "free skate" segment gives the skater the flexibility to travel in whichever pattern he or she chooses around the rink. ...
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Irwin, Dawn. Inline Skating. New York, NY. Dorling Kindersley. 2000.