Skateboarding is a sport where the goal is to make it as far as possible while being a bit skittish of the consequences of falling.
That said, the sport is no stranger to accidents, and it seems that a growing number of riders are having to deal with them.
Skateboards are among the most popular forms of skateboarding, with over 3 billion skaters worldwide, according to statistics from the International Skateboard Confederation.
But some of these accidents have been deadly.
One video on YouTube recently showed a skater hitting a pole and rolling over.
In another video, a skateboarder falls down a hillside and lands on the ground.
It was reported that two people were killed by skateboards, with another injured.
One man who was riding his skateboard accidentally fell off and hit his head on the pavement, leaving him with permanent brain damage.
Skaters are also often caught in accidents, even when the rest of the crowd is safely away.
As one of the biggest forms of public transportation in the world, it is no surprise that many of the accidents are related to the growing number, and severity, of skaters on the road.
According to the International Ski Federation, over 1,400 people were injured in the United States last year, with a number of fatalities attributed to skateboards.
According a study by the University of California, San Diego, skaters were more likely to be involved in a fatality than anyone else.
This is probably because most accidents involve skaters who are inexperienced, inexperienced skaters, and inexperienced skiers.
One in five skaters in the U.S. was not familiar with the rules of the sport, and a quarter of skiers are not licensed to operate their own skates.
The International Skating Association, which represents skaters around the world and is also known as ISA, has put together a list of the top 10 causes of accidents on skates, including falls, collisions, and other accidents.
The top 10 reasons for accidents on skateboards were broken down by a variety of factors, including weather conditions, terrain, speed, and whether or not the skater had a helmet.
The list was created by a study of skater fatalities, and the top reasons were determined by an expert panel, including experts from the IASC, the International Olympic Committee, the National Safety Council, the World Anti-Doping Agency, and World Anti Pedestrian Federation.
While accidents on wheels are a big problem, a lot of skates are also causing problems.
One of the most common ways to get caught in an accident is by accidently jumping over the edge of a skates ramp, according the ISA.
According the IAS, skates and other skate equipment are commonly used for riding up to a certain height, which makes it harder to maintain balance.
This makes the skaters more susceptible to injuries.
Another common problem is skaters not being able to keep their footing while they are going up and down the ramp.
This creates a slippery slope, where the skate could fall down the hillside or over the side of a hill.
It is not uncommon for people to fall on the wrong side of the hill when going up or down ramps.
The ISA lists a variety other reasons why skaters fall.
Some of these include people who have fallen from too high or too low, falling through a hole, or falling off the edge.
Another big problem is that skaters often have to ride through the snow to get down from the ramp, so they get stuck in the snow or ice, according TOVID.
The IAS also lists other reasons for skaters to fall.
It has been estimated that in the last five years, more than half of skatings accidents were caused by a skat or skateboard falling onto the roadway.
Another reason for falling skates is that people don’t properly maintain their equipment, according ISA research.
One study of nearly 1,000 skaters found that less than 5 percent of the skates that were broken and not properly secured on the ramp had the necessary bolts, nuts, and nuts.
Another study found that in 2012, there were more than 4,000 accidents involving skateboards and skateboard ramp accidents.
Other studies also indicate that more than one in five accidents are caused by skateboard accidents.
As the number of skate accidents continues to grow, there are more and more riders going into the woods to get in shape.
One recent study found over 1 million people have gone into the forest to get fit, with many of them being skaters.
While some of the injuries are serious, some of them aren’t.
For example, the number one cause of accidents in the parks was not a skateboard, but a skidboard, according ToVID.
Another factor in accidents on the parks is that most accidents occur on a slope that is flat, which can lead to more accidents.
Skates are often used in tandem, with one