Who Invented Skateboarding Tricks

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The Mutt: Skateboarding, Anorexia, Suicide, and Nuclear Warheads

At age six, Rodney Mullen was the family misfit who had to wear braces to straighten out his pigeon-toed feet. But by age fourteen, he was a world-champion skateboarder - and for the next decade lost only one contest. Now, for the first time, Rodney tells the incredible story of his ascent to fame as the number one nerd in a sport where anarchy is often encouraged. Rodney learned to skate by himself on the family farm, his only company the wandering cows. As a teenager he traveled the world for demonstrations, invented the flatground ollie - a trick that laid the foundation for modern street skating - and in ten years garnered thirty-five world skating titles. While acing skateboard contests Rodney also earned straight A's in school, but his father forced him to abandon his fame and the fortune he could make from the sport he loved. Rodney was unable to stop for very long though, even after freestyle skating went out of fashion and the skateboarding world abandoned him. He adapted to street skating and eventually became one of the most innovative and influential skaters of all time. It's all here: everything from his eating and sleeping disorders to his comical experiences with loan sharks, occult-obsessed relatives, and the FBI. The Mutt is a look at Rodney's strange journey from penniless skateboarder to millionaire.


Hawk: Occupation: Skateboarder

For Tony Hawk, it wasn't enough to skate for two decades, to invent more than eighty tricks, and to win more than twice as many professional contests, as any other skater. It wasn't enough to knock himself unconcious more than ten times, fracture several ribs, break his elbow, knock out his teeth twice, compress the vertebrae in his back, pop his bursa sack, get more than fifty stiches laced into his shins, rip apart the cartilage in his knee, bruise his tailbone, and sprain his ankles and tear his ligaments too many times to count. No. He had to land the 900. And after thirteen years of failed attenpts, he nailed it. It had never been done before. Growing up in Serra Mese, California, tony was a hyperactive demon child with a I44 IQ. He threw tantrums, terrorized the nenny until she quit, exploded with rage whenever he lost a game; this was a kid who was expelled from preschool. When his brother, Steve gave him a blue plastic hand-me-down skateboard and his father built a skate ramp in the driveway, Tony finally found his outlet- while skating, he could be as hard on himself as he was on everyone around him. But it wasn't an easy ride to the top of the skating game. Fellow skaters mocked his skating style and dubbed him a circus skater. He was so skinny he had to wear elbow pads on his knees, and so light he had to ollie just to catch air off a ramp. He was so desperate to be accepted by young skating legends like Steve Caballero, Mike McGill, and Christian Hosoi that he ate gum from between Steve's toes. But a few years of determination and hard work paid off in mutiple preofessional wins, and the skaters who once had mocked him were now trying to learn his tricks. Tony had created a new style of skating. In Hawk Tony goes behind the scenes of competitions, demos, and movies and shares the less glamorous demands of being a skateboarder-from skating on Italian TV wearing see-through plastic shorts to doing a demo in Bra


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  • Will Tony Hawk's slam hurt Bolts initiative?

    SAN DIEGO, CA - JUNE 15, 2016 - | Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk does a "Madonna" a trick he invented at his private half pipe in a Vista warehouse that houses Tony Hawk Inc. | (Photo by K.C. Alfred/) (San Diego 

  • A San Clemente 11-year-old has invented a skateboard that fits in lockers and backpacks

    10/19/16 ,via OCRegister

    San Clemente's Carson Kropfl, 11, is a surfer/skateboarder who came up with his own business idea, Locker Board. He converts donated skateboard decks, cuts them and rounds the edges so they will fit inside a school locker or a backpack. (Photo by 

  • Alvar Aalto "changed the history of skateboarding"

    09/30/16 ,via Dezeen

    Finnish Modernist architect Alvar Aalto accidentally invented the skateboard bowl with a 1930s swimming pool design, according to a US skateboarding magazine and a Finnish newspaper. Alvar Aalto's seminal 1939 Villa Mairea in Noormarkku, Finland, 


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  • A San Clemente 11-year-old has invented a skateboard that fits in lockers and backpacks

    10/19/16 ,via Orange County Register

    What if you could even do tricks on it? Meet the Locker Board. With the blessing of his mother, Carrie, and his father, Keith, Carson has begun recycling old skateboard decks into smaller new skateboards, which he refined by trial and error into 14-inch ...

  • A Sneak Peek at the Amazingly Interesting History of Skateboarding

    10/04/16 ,via Buzzle

    The history of skateboarding can be traced back to the 1950s and 60s, when it evolved as a fun activity for the teens and youngsters in California. There is not much data and information about who invented ... skateboarding tricks practiced during those ...

  • Physics of the Ollie Skateboard Move

    10/04/16 ,via 123helpme.com

    During this time period skateboarding consisted of cruising around the streets on your board. In 1978 a 15 year old boy by the name of Alan "Ollie" Gelfand invented a trick he called the no-hands air. His friends named after him the ollie. This was a ramp ...


Skateboarding - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Skateboarding is an action sport which involves riding and performing tricks using a skateboard. Skateboarding can also be considered a recreational activity, an art ...

Freestyle skateboarding tricks - Wikipedia, the free ...

Freestyle skateboarding tricks This article does not cite any sources ... Considered as one of the most difficult tricks, it was invented by Joachim "YoYo" Schulz ...

Who invented the most skateboarding tricks? - Quora

Answer (1 of 3): Tony Hawk, Mark Gonzales, and Rodney Mullen are the only three legitimate contenders, each of them invented over a hundred tricks.

... skateboarding pioneer who invented dozens of skateboarding tricks
... skateboarding pioneer who invented dozens of skateboarding tricks
Skateboarding trick - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Skateboarding trick - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Skateboard Tricks | Digestopia
Skateboard Tricks | Digestopia