Spinoffs S1 • E3

Skateboarding in Her 50s and Killing It





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Published on Oct 12, 2015

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Barbara Odanaka started skateboarding when she was 10, but stopped in high school when she joined a track team. Since then, she wrote for the LA Times, authored children’s books, and became a mom. 25 years later, she returns to her skateboard and never looks back. Now, she's known as Skateboard Mom. Watch how she takes on her passion full-time and inspires other women - The Sisters of Shred - in California to do the same.

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