Jagger Eaton- Men's Street

November 15, 2020

Jagger Eaton- Men's Street

 

  • Discipline: Men's Skateboard Street
  • Birthday: 2/21/2001
  • Birthplace: Scottsdale, AZ
  • Current hometown: Mesa, AZ
  • Stance: Regular
  • Instagram: @jaggereaton
  • Facebook: @jaggereaton
  • Twitter: @jaggereaton
  • Sponsors: Red Bull, The Heart Supply, Cariuma, Independent, Bones wheels

 

Hailing from Mesa, AZ, Jagger Eaton is on an upward momentum and in the prime of his career at still such a young age. Jagger has limitless talent and versatility which allows him to compete in both park and street disciplines allowing him become one of the most progressive and technical skateboarders in the sport.

In 2012, at 11 years old, Jagger set the Guinness World Record as the youngest ever X Games youngest competitor and has continued to grow into a powerhouse. In 2017, he dominated the 2017 X Games sweeping the gold medal in both the Skateboard Am Street and Park events and has additionally gone on to secure 3 silver X Games medals in the X Games Pro Street.

Jagger has taken that competitive drive and focused heavily on street skating where he most recently dominated the 2018 Tampa Pro event as a rookie and secured his first pro contest win in his first ever pro competition proving that there is much more to see from him.

Jagger is continuously carving his path in the sport and is focused on representing skateboarding on the world’s stage by competing in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. He currently the only athlete in the world who is a double threat for both Park and Street skateboarding and is a member of the 2020 USA Skateboarding Olympic National Team as well as an inaugural member in 2019.






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