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In non-Fourth of July news, the 25th Anniversary Edition of the original 1992 Lithuanian Tie Dyed Slam-Dunking Skeleton Jerseys have been reissued by their original creator. Writer: Carly Terwilliger. In one of the most unusual and memorable moments of the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics, the Lithuanian Men’s Olympic Basketball Team donned tie-dyed Slam Dunking Skeleton uniforms on the podium to receive their bronze medals.
The 1992 Lithuanian mens basketball team had tie-dyed uniforms because they were financially supported by the Grateful Dead. In 1990 Lithuania gained independence from the Soviet Union after 50 years of communist occupation.
Greg Speirs' 1992 Lithuania Tie Dye Skullman® basketball uniforms are now forever part of Lithuania folklore. Original Skullman t-shirts are available from www.skullman.com (1992 Copyright ...
Greg Speirs' 1992 Lithuanian Tie Dye Skullman ® basketball uniforms became forever part of Lithuania folklore. Original 1992 Lithuanian Tie Dye ® Jerseys are available from Skullman.com (1992 ...
Original 1992 Lithuanian basketball Tie Dye T-Shirt $ 55. 95 Small, Medium, Large, XL. using secure PayPal. $4.00 SHIPPING ANYWHERE in the U.S.A. L i t h u a n i a T i e D y e T-S hirt. Lithuanian basketball tie-dye t-shirts news for 2021. The Original Lithuania Tie Dye T-Shirt Lithuanian Tie Dye Slammin Skeleton ®. Warning ®.
The Original 1992 (Barcelona) Lithuania Tie Dye Basketball T-Shirts Slam-Dunking Skeleton® ©1992 Greg Speirs. Order the Original Skullman Lithuania Tie Dye T-Shirt Read Press Release. Order Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, XL $55. 95 ea. (Front of Shirt) (Back of Shirt)
The Original 1992 Skullman Lithuanian Tie Dyed Jerseys and the new 1992-2022 Collector’s 30th Anniversary Edition are both available at: www.skullman.comThe Original 1992 reprints and the new 30 Year Editions are the exact same 1992 shirts printed from the same artist’s original screens from 1992.
A shirt featuring the dunking skeleton, nicknamed 'Skully,' designed as a Grateful-Dead-appropriate mascot for the Lithuanian team. Source: buinesswire.com. When Lithuania's men's basketball team played at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, they did so with help from the Grateful Dead. The relationship with the long-running rock group was evident from the tie-dyed t-shirts team members wore when they weren't on the court, featuring the image of a slam-dunking skeleton.
The Lithuanian basketball started well its second Olympiad, beating 1992 Olympic vice-champions Croatia - led by Toni Kukoč, Stojko Vranković, and Dino Rađa - 83–81 in a tough match with two overtimes. Exhausted and facing an Argentinian team focused on adversary slowdown, Lithuania lost its second game 61–65.