|Born||July 29, 1991|
Tomohiko Nakamura is a Japanese professional vert skater. Tomohiko started skating when he was five years old in 1996 and turned professional in 2005. He has attended many competitions in his vert skating career.
Best tricks: Flatspin 540
Fabiola da Silva, nicknamed Fabby, is a Brazilian professional vert skater who competes on the LG Action Sports World Tour. She has received over fifty medals in the LG Action Sports World Tour events. She has received seven X Games gold medals and one silver, making her the most decorated female athlete in X Games history. In a seven-year stretch, she only lost one X Games event, finishing second in 1999.
Brian Matthew Isoa Shima is a professional inline skater. He also holds the record for the most pro skates held by any person. Shima owned his own skate brand, named Shima Skate Manufacturing, also known as SSM, which was launched after he abandoned his former company NIMH. He is also co-founder of the World Rolling Series.
Renton Millar is a professional vertical skateboarder from Melbourne, Australia.
Oh Sang-eun is a South Korean table tennis player. He is currently sponsored by the table tennis product company, Butterfly. His World Ranking had been in the top 10 since the 2005 World Championships in Shanghai until April 2008. His highest ranking was number 5 in May 2007.
Taïg Khris is a Greek-Algerian professional vert skater & Serial entreprenor. He is the Ceo & founder of Onoff Telecom which has created the mobile app "Onoff".
Chris Haffey is an American aggressive inline skater.
Eito Yasutoko is a Japanese professional vert skater. Eito won a gold medal at the 2003 Gravity Games and a Gold medal at the 2005 X Games in England.
Shane Yost is an Australian professional vert skater. Shane is the 2000 ASA number one ranked vert skater in the world. Shane has completely reshaped vert skating. Shane was the first vert skater to land a switch 1080 and the first skater to land a frontside 1260. Shane is also an accomplished artist, designing logos for many skate companies.
Marco de Santi is a Brazilian professional vert skater. Santi was the first person to ever land a triple backflip in the world at woodward's resi ramp. When inline skating was removed from the X-Games, vert skaters found other ways to profit from their sport and their talent. Santi joined Cirque du Soleil. Santi has won many X Games medals.
Takeshi Yasutoko is a Japanese professional vert skater. In 1995 Takeshi became the youngest professional Vert Skater to turn pro at the age of nine, since that day he has won many gold medals in most of the competitions he attends.
Nel Martin is a Spanish professional vert skater. Nel started skating in 1994 and earned a Bronze medal at the X Games in Los Angeles in 2003 and a Silver medal at the FISE contest in France in 2003.
Marc Englehart is an American professional vert skater. Marc has earned many podium spots in his career, a Gold medal in the 2002 Gravity Games, a Silver medal in 2003 ASA Pro Tour, a Silver medal in 2004 ASA Pro Tour, a Silver medal in 2007 Action Sports World Tour and more.
Pavel Mitrenga is a Bulgarian professional vert skater. Mitrenga turned professional in 2007 with a Gold medal in Tehachapi California.
Borja Fernandez is a Spanish professional vert skater. Fernandez started skating when he was 11 in 1995 and turned professional in 2001. Fernandez has attended multiple vert competition in his career.
Rich Parker is a British professional vert skater. Parker started skating when he was ten years old in 1997 and turned professional in 2004. Parker has attended many competitions in his vert skating career. Best Tricks: Flatspin 900, 1080, 1260.
Ayumi Kawasaki is a Japanese professional vert skater. Kawasaki started skating when she was 9 in 1993 and turned professional in 1996. Kawasaki has attended and ranked high in many competitions in her vert skating career.
Sven Boekhorst started skating in the early 1990s in Den Bosch, Netherlands. In 2000 he won every contest, which includes winning the Triple Crown. In his years as a professional skater he also had a character in a videogame: Aggressive Inline, performed three weeks in a big theatre show on Broadway, NYC, with a theatre group from Amsterdam and got his own Rollerblade pro model "Sven Boekhorst" skate.
Nikolaj Najdenov is a Bulgarian professional inline vert skater. Najdenov started skating when he was twelve years old in 1996 and turned professional in 2004. Najdenov has won many competitions in his vert skating career.
Otto Bolaños is a Colombian professional vert skater. Bolanos started skating when he was thirteen years old in 1996 and turned professional in 2004. Bolanos has attended many competitions in his vert skating career.
Yusuke Aihara is a Japanese professional vert skater. Aihara started skating when he was seven years old in 2001 and turned professional in 2008. Aihara has attended many competitions in his vert skating career.
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