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Puehse Twins Skateboarding Take 5

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Take 5 is the latest video from 11 year-old skateboarders Nic and Tristan Puehse, which was mostly filmed at the incredible Black Pearl Skatepark located in beautiful Grand Cayman.

Their videos on YouTube have been viewed more than 10 million times and are among the most popular and watched of all-time! Their Take 4 video was a collaboration with hip/hop legend and actor LL Cool J.

The fraternal twins began skating at the age of 6. Since then, they have won more than 60 competitions between them. They have been featured in the New York Times, appeared twice on Ellen DeGeneres CNN, ABC Nightline, Fuel TV and Sports Stars of Tomorrow.

The boys are sponsored athletes, signing their first contract with Nike 6.0 a day before turning 8. Their current sponsors and flow are: Powell Skateboards, Gatorade, Bones Swiss, Glamour Kills, Khiro, 187 Pads, S-One Helmets, Nixon, Autobahn Wheels, PLA and Sato Studio.

Skateboarding has opened the door to other opportunities, including starring roles in the independent kids’ family adventure film called Nic and Tristan Go Mega Dega, set to be released on DVD this June. The cast includes Lindsey Shaw, Bobb’e J Thompson, Craig Anton, Janet Varney and Ariel Winter.

To watch more videos, or for additional information about Nic and Tristan, visit www.skateboardingtwins.com.

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