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3.Longboard Dancing With South Korea’s Skating Sensation
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5.On the Ice With a Figure Skating Prodigy
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7.Training With a World-Class Speed Skater
8.Roller Skating Is Back, and It’s Got Moxie
9.The (Fine) Art History of Paint by Numbers
10.The Pro Skater Shredding for Gender Equality
11.Teen Born Without Jaw Finds His Voice
12.A Train Runs Through It: Thailand’s Railway Market
13.Sri Lanka’s First All-Female Surf Club
14.The Women Making History in Georgia’s Justice System
15.The Voice of Hollywood in Communist Romania
16.The Fire That Inspired 'Smoke on The Water'
17.One Man’s Mission to Mobilize Indonesia’s Disabled Community
18.The Elaborate Art of Weaving Nanjing Yunjin Silk Brocade
19.Growing Coffee In the Shadow of a Volcano
20.Bookworm Paradise: Kick Back in China’s Infinite Reading Space
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People get nervous when they see Mårten Ajne ice skating. He intentionally skates on extremely thin ice. Ajne has pursued this dangerous hobby for 40 years and has skated on more than 1,800 bodies of water from Norway to North America. He uses his knowledge as a mathematician and a highly-trained ear to stay safe. Ajne can actually calculate how thick the ice is by listening to the sound it makes when he glides across it. Join us for one of the coolest math lessons ever taught.
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