When Josh Matthews first started skateboarding, he had no intentions of going pro. He just enjoyed it.
“I think he played baseball, like tee ball, but that was about it,” said his sister Kelly Matthews. 183 more words
Ben Raybourn has consistently broken every boundary that ever applied, right from the start.
“I didn’t really know what to think of him at first because he was just so good at skateboarding, and he was kind of weird, too,” says, childhood friend, Jake de Los Santos. 161 more words
Hailing from a town with a population of only 2,447, Cody Cepeda faced stacked odds against him breaking out as a skateboarder.
Getting noticed is hard enough when you live in the heart of Southern California, where the skateboarding industry thrives, but to make a name for yourself while growing up in a town as small as Croswell, Minn., is a feat most would claim as impossible. 158 more words