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Sky Brown is set to become the youngest-ever British summer Olympian as skateboarding becomes a part of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Tony Hawk shared a really sweet video of his young daughter overcoming fear and nailing her first drop-in on the skateboard
Like father, like daughter, she completely nailed her first drop-in on the skateboard in a clip that quickly went viral on Twitter.
Tony Hawk and Yuna show support for a Malaysian skateboarder who came in last at the 2018 Asian Games
Despite being only 16, Fatin found herself in a swirl of controversy during the 2018 Asian Games.
People are flipping Supreme products for over 20 times their usual price. Here are some of the most expensive things for sale right now.
There is a huge market for flipping products from Supreme, the wildly popular skater brand. While most items will resell for a few hundred dollars, the most-wanted items sometimes end up on eBay for over $20,000. These are some of the highest-listed products being flipped right now.
These people make hundreds of dollars a month flipping products from a skater brand that teens are obsessed with. Here’s how they do it.
Supreme is more than just an obsession for some teens — it's how they make money. Supreme products that retail for around $40 often end up on eBay for $300 within minutes of selling out. Here's how people that flip Supreme do it.
Gen Z is obsessed with Supreme, the skater brand that sells out almost instantly. Here’s what its store is like during one of its majorly hyped ...
Supreme has grown from a skater-centric brand to a hugely popular brand with a cult following. Almost everything it sells flies off the shelves. We went to one of Supreme's highly anticipated product launches. Here's what it was like.
These are the four most fascinating and eccentric products we were pitched over the last few weeks.
Tony Hawk tells us pro-skater son, Riley Hawk, that it's important to be a well-rounded athlete and to keep challenging yourself.
Looking back on his career, pro skater Tony Hawk says appearing on 'The Simpsons' meant skateboarding had infiltrated mainstream culture.
The skateboarding brand is looking to extend the meaning its "Off the Wall" slogan to encourage creativity and self-expression.