The skateboard, which can be considered a sport or an exercise, has become a symbol of individuality and the self-expression of young people in the US and worldwide.
It’s also become an extension of the American flag, the flag of the United States of America.
The skateboarding community, which grew up on skateboards, is now a national community, with skateboarders from around the world participating in competitions around the country.
This month, skateboarder Jake Johnson will skate the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
The 26-year-old, who has won several championships in the sport, told ABC News, “I can’t imagine living anywhere else in the world, and that skateboarding has been my identity.
It has been like my home for so long.”
The skateboards are an expression of individuality in skateboarding, and it’s this identity that is a defining characteristic for the sport.
But it’s also the skateboard that can make you feel isolated and insecure.
For some skateboard owners, skateboarding is their only hobby, but for others, it’s their life.
The trend of skateboarding’s popularity has been linked to a strong sense of self-esteem and a desire to prove oneself in skateboard competitions.
The rise of skateboard culture in the United Kingdom has brought about a surge in the number of young skateboard players in Britain.
This was evident in a survey conducted by British skateboard magazine, The Skater.
Of the 3,000 respondents, 1,500 said they had competed in a skateboard competition.
The popularity of skateboards in the UK has been growing for some time.
Skateboarding is becoming more mainstream, with the UK being one of the first countries to introduce its own version of the skateboarding scene in 2007.
The UK has also been a leader in skate board clubs and festivals, with several events including the Skate London festival in London and the Skating UK festival in Leeds, as well as the Skatfest in Leeds.
There have also been major events including skateboarding World Championships in London in 2015, which featured a record-breaking 661 skateboard teams from around North America.
But skateboarding in the U.S. has seen a similar rise.
In 2015, there were only five skaters in the USA competing in skateboards.
In the past year, the number has increased to over 400.
And this trend is only growing.
In 2017, more than 60% of the USA skateboard industry is based in the state of Florida, and Florida is the state that produced the most skateboard athletes, according to a 2015 study.
The number of skate boards in the country has increased from an estimated 6.5 million in 2014 to 11.5 mln boards in 2017.
“Skateboarding has become more mainstream in the past decade, and is becoming increasingly popular with younger, more adventurous audiences,” wrote the study’s authors.
“A growing number of teens, especially girls, are choosing to play in skate boards as a means of self expression, or in their quest for physical fitness, or to escape a relationship that has been strained by their inability to keep up with the lifestyle.”
In the U., skateboard manufacturers are looking for more people to join their ranks.
As of December, there are over 2,400 skateboard clubs in the states of Colorado, Arizona, California, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Wyoming, according the American Skateboard Association.
In 2016, the US was the only country to ban skateboarding altogether in the eyes of the US Olympic Committee, with a decision to take the decision to the Board of Directors in November.
It is a decision that could have a big impact on skateboarding across the US.
“In many ways, the popularity of the sport is tied to the fact that skateboarding is something we all can enjoy, and skateboard companies are starting to realize this,” said John Stokes, President of the International Skate Association.
“So if we want to stay relevant in the skate industry, we need to find ways to create a community that is more welcoming to people who aren’t as active as we are.”
While skateboard skateboarding continues to grow in popularity, skate culture in America has changed.
The sport was born out of a desire for freedom, in the sense that skateboards were designed to be used for recreation, rather than for competition, according an article in The New York Times.
In fact, skateboards have been around since the dawn of skate culture, which began in the 1970s when skateboard inventor Joe Shaver started experimenting with the use of rubber wheels.
The first skateboard was invented by John Burdette, the first skateboarding video game developer, in 1973.
It was popular with kids and skateboarding became popular with adults as well, according a New York Magazine article.
In 1973, the