Anthony Mosley is worth $10 million. At 13, he began skateboarding in Los Angeles. Anthony started skateboarding at 16. His first event was in Tampa, Florida, and he's won several since. Anthony is charismatic and stylish. Skateboarding earned him Billabong's first endorsement.
1982 saw the birth of "regular-footed" skateboarder Chris Cole. Early stunts earned him fame. Chris has done a backside 360 down Philadelphia's "Love Park" fountain and the Carlsbad gap in California. He was "Skater of the Year" in 2005 and 2009. Chris received "Reader's Choice" in Transworld Skateboarding.
Daewon David Song, a Korean-born American skateboarder, was born on February 19, 1975. He owns Almost Skateboards with Rodney Mullen.
In 2006, Thrasher magazine named him "Skater of the Year," one of skateboarding's greatest distinctions. His April 2007 feature story was also on the cover.
Robert Lance Mountain was a 1980s skateboarder. Bones Brigade is famous. Transworld SKATEboarding placed him 18th among "30 Most Influential Skaters." Editor-in-chief Skin Phillips claimed he "made skateboarders smile" First skateboard sponsored by 1981 employer Variflex.
Rob Dyrdek founded Street League Skateboarding. He appeared on Rob and Big, Fantasy Factory, and Ridiculousness. Fox Weekly called him a "most influential skater." In 2012, he appeared in a Danny Way documentary. Rob & Big set 21 skateboarding GWRs.
Danny Way, an American skateboarder and company owner born on April 15, 1974, is known for his outrageous feats. He jumped into a skateboard ramp from a helicopter and skated the Great Wall of China. Thrasher magazine's "Skater of the Year" twice. He's sixth on our ranking of the 10 best skateboarders. H-Street skateboard company's Shackle Me Not and Hokus Pokus feature him.
Eric Koston was born in 1975. Brandon Biebel called him the "Michael Jordan of skateboarding." He was in Electronic Arts' Skate 2 and Skate 3 and Tony Hawk. Guy Mariano and Steve Berra co-own Fourstar Clothing and "The Berrics." He signed with Tony Magnusson and Mike Ternasky's H-Street Company.
Bob Burnquist, a Brazilian-born American skateboarder, landed the first "fakie 900" in 2010. He was born on October 10, 1976. He is the fifth person to perform all 900 tricks. Bob's vertical tricks and switch stance skateboarding are revolutionary. "One-footed Smith grind" is his signature move. In 2000, he won the X Games greatest trick contest with his Fakie 5-0 fakie kickflip.
1968 born Tony Hawk. The Birdman. First skateboarder to do 900, 2.5 mid-air revolutions. Tony's Activision games are popular. He's second in our top 10 skateboarders list. He's an Xtreme Games millionaire. Tony is a pioneering vertical skateboarder.
John Rodney Mullen was born on August 17, 1966. Freestyle and street skateboarding champion. Invented kickflip, heelflip, impossible, flat-ground Ollie, and 360-flip. Rodney Mullen has 20 skate videos.