Skateboarders gather in a park with ramps in Havana, Cuba, on May 16, 2015. Cuban authorities do not recognize skateboarding as a legitimate sport or even as a recreational activity even as it surges in popularity. The country has no skate shops, and boarders depend on gifts from exile relatives or donations from abroad.
Skateboarders gather in a park with ramps in Havana, Cuba, on May 16, 2015. Cuban authorities do not recognize skateboarding as a legitimate sport or even as a recreational activity even as it surges in popularity. The country has no skate shops, and boarders depend on gifts from exile relatives or donations from abroad. McClatchy
Skateboarders gather in a park with ramps in Havana, Cuba, on May 16, 2015. Cuban authorities do not recognize skateboarding as a legitimate sport or even as a recreational activity even as it surges in popularity. The country has no skate shops, and boarders depend on gifts from exile relatives or donations from abroad. McClatchy

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