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The Skateboarding Hall of Fame Inductees for the year 2023.
In the raw anarchy of the early 90s skateboard community, emerged a fresh face from Oxford, England. Tom Penny’s revolutionary progression and nonchalant style elevated skateboarding to new heights, inspiring skateboarders worldwide. From his iconic Radlands contest win to mind-blowing video parts (èS Menikmati; Flip, Sorry) Tom redefined style and set new aspirational standards. Today,
Congratulations to 2023 SHoF Inductee John Lucero. A lifelong skateboarder and self proclaimed ‘Skate Nerd’, John shows us all how to have fun with skateboarding. John is also one of the first Pro Skateboarders to create his own deck graphics which are still to this day some of the best and most Iconic designs ever.The
RIP Jeff Grosso I’ve posted this one before and I’ll probably post it again. As always when friends die we examine them, and I always realize that the people who pass will be missed because of how they made us feel about ourselves. I had ups and downs with Jeff over the years, but he
(March 21, 1959 – July 28, 2023) RIP Jimmy Plumer. Shredding Kona skatepark in Jacksonville, Florida in November 1979. – Jim Goodrich @jimmy_plumer Rest in Peace. God Speed. Was an incredible skateboarder. At Lakewood contest 1979 riding the end bowl & pumping backside air at the deepest end, no one else was doing it. He was