Trauma Tuesday: Pogo Wipeouts

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The pogo stick, first popularized around 1920, has been a staple in the growing-up lives of kids across the world. While most opt to pogo recreationally, a recent resurgence in the sport has combined the old-days bouncing technique with some serious acrobatics.
Trauma Tuesday: Pogo Wipeouts features a few clips of when pogo-ers rise…and when they fall.

Asphalt daydream.

Five minutes of pogo disasters.

Show and tell?

And in case you weren’t convinced that pogo is still popular.

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