Interview by 48 Blocks...
Danny Supa strikes me as the type of guy that stays on point both on and off his skateboard. He’s always skated with a lot of power and style, clearly has a good business sense, and has taken full advantage of all of the opportunities that came his way. Those factors seem to weigh heavily on why Danny has managed to maintain as a professional for more than a decade. Despite sponsorship troubles, self-admitted lazy periods, and intermittent lack of coverage; Danny continues to thrive and remain relevant in skateboarding. With clear goals set for himself, Supa is ready to be back in the public eye. I’m looking forward to seeing what he comes up with over the next year or so.
48 Blocks: Where are you from originally and when and how did you get started skateboarding?
Danny: I’m originally from the Bronx New York and I first started skateboarding seriously when I was in Florida living with my dad. My parents separated and me and my sister went to Florida to live with my dad.
48 Blocks: What part of Florida was that?
Danny: It was in Ocala.
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