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In-line skating is a type of roller skate used for inline skating. Unlike the quad , the traditional skate, with four wheels arranged in two rows of two-wheeled non-aligned, in-line skating has rollerblading like the blade of an ice skate. Some inline skates, mainly those for beginners, have a heel brake slows. They are divided into different categories according to use: speed, fitness, hockey or street.

Early models had already skating wheels online, but they were quickly replaced by the quads , the configuration allows easier turns. It is with the advent of wheels polyurethane , appeared in 1979 , the popularity of inline skating known uninterrupted growth to date, to exceed the quad and become a mass sport. The brand Rollerblade founded by Scott and Brennan Olson in Minneapolis in 1983 became the symbol of in-line skating, to the point of becoming the antonomasis .

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