Enemy of Mr. Bill, in old “SNL” skits

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 25 Nov 18, Sunday

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Robert Doucet Boyce, better known as Sluggo, is a professional skateboarder, snowboarder, break-dancer, gymnast, stuntman, and businessman from Vancouver, British Columbia. Sluggo is best known for his skateboarding. He is also the first person to perform a back flip to fakie on a vertical skate ramp. Sluggo currently shares ownership of a skateboarding distribution company, Centre Distribution, and oversees the day to day operations of RDS Skate Supply and Red Dragon Apparel. He has two children, Liam and Araya.

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Sluggo was born in Victoria, British Columbia where he started as a gymnast winning the Western Canadian Championships at age 13.[1] Rob also took up break-dancing where he won several competitions and placed 5th in a North American break-dance contest.

He began his skateboard career at the age of 15 on the advice of a classmate. At age 16, a friend suggested the name Sluggo, because of his supposed resemblance to the character in the comic strip Nancy.[2] Sluggo honed his vertical skateboard skills at the Richmond Skate Ranch, owned by Kevin Harris, a local pro skater for Powell Peralta. This is where he would also meet his future crew, best friends, and business partners Colin McKay, and Moses Itkonen. The crew came to be known as the “Red Dragons”.

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