Olympics: Skateboarding face tricky times in their development here

Farris Abdul Rahman (centre) and his brothers Firdaus (left) and Feroze. PHOTO: BERITA HARIAN
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SINGAPORE - Skateboarding runs in Farris Abdul Rahman's family. The 24-year-old and his brothers Feroze, 26, and Firdaus, 32, are widely considered to be the best in Singapore, having excelled in international tournaments over the years.

Firdaus, a civil servant, competed at the Street League Skateboarding Pro Open in Barcelona, one of the world's top competitions, in 2015.

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