Bill Shannon, skater and dancer with bilateral hip disorder
“You can call it dance if you want to, but, I mean, as a kid, I wasn’t going around. . . I’m dancing right now. All I was doing was figuring out my way to get up the stairs without anybody seeing me. . . .If you’re skating down the street, you aren’t like following exactly what the next person is doing, because there may not even be a next person. So you’re relating to your environment as it comes to you on an improvisational, free-style basis. You are taking in what’s thrown at you in the best way you can, and you involve your skills in that manner.”
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