Chris Edwards lived more by the age of 20 than most people do in a lifetime.  He was a pro athlete at age 14, dropped out of high school a year later and became the face of the fastest growing sport on the planet.  Chris was in the movies, on TV, was the first to go big on ramps, first to grind a rail, and, as far as I know, the first to have 6 biological children and 4 wives.  Chris and I talk the rise and fall on the podcast

Chris Edwards Show Notes:

2:00:  Where is Chris now, evangelists, problems at home

8:00:  Getting his first pair of blades, riding ramps and getting on Team Rollerblade

14:00:  The Micky Mouse Club, dropping out, and Prayer of The Rollerboys

23:00:  Evo (Use the code TPM10 for 10% off at checkout)

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The 10 Barrel Brewery

25:00:  Money, the segments of Chris’s skating experience and the launch from Airborne

28:00:  Getting married at 18, youth pastor, and a rumor that I heard  

34:00:  Trying to build a sport (with companies) on his back and bankrupting himself

37: 04:  Video parts he liked, pressure, life after the divorce and getting married again, divorced again

43:00:  Breaking both his arms, seeing skating progress and injuries

47:00:  Things end with Rollerblade, his thoughts on the future of blading

53:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Arlo Eisenberg