Rene Lecour, 47, holds one of about a hundred new skateboard decks that were donated to him with the partial name of his skateboard charity, “Amgio Skate Cuba.”
Rene Lecour, 47, holds one of about a hundred new skateboard decks that were donated to him with the partial name of his skateboard charity, “Amgio Skate Cuba.” Diego Saldana-Rojas For the Miami Herald
Rene Lecour, 47, holds one of about a hundred new skateboard decks that were donated to him with the partial name of his skateboard charity, “Amgio Skate Cuba.” Diego Saldana-Rojas For the Miami Herald

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