|June 9, 1982
West Covina, California, U.S.A.
|Huntington Beach, California
|5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
|150 lb (68 kg)
|Ranked 11th on the ASP World Tour, 2006
|$310,850.00 (as of 2009)
|O'Neill wetsuits and clothing, Vans, Surftech, Arnette, Firewire Surfboards, P&J Surfboards
|Regular (natural) foot
|Spitfires, Dominators and Hellfires
|HB and Lowers
Tim Reyes (born June 9, 1982) is an American professional surfer. He is competing on the ASP World Tour.
Reyes began his elite tour campaign in 2005. The 2009 season is his 5th season on tour. His highest ASP World Tour rating was 11th in 2006.
As of 2009 his total career earnings are $310,850.00.
Timothy Charles Reyes Jr. was born June 9, 1982, in West Covina,Los Angeles County, California, to Timothy Charles Reyes Sr. and Julie Hébert. He has a younger sister, Michelle. He began his surfing competitions at age 12 in his own backyard river jetties. At age 13, he was featured in Surfer Magazine for the first time. He graduated from Edison High School in Huntington Beach, California.
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