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Kareem Campbell

(born November 14, 1973 in Harlem, New York) is a professional street skateboarder. He is known for his signature trick, the fakie hardflip late backside 180º, or "Ghetto Bird". He began skating at age 16, tearing up the likes of Venice Beach on almost a daily basis. He was well recognized for this though, and became a pro within 3 years of the incident, signing onto World Industries which at the time housed pros like Jason Lee. He quickly rose to the top as the number one African American skateboarder of all time.

Greg Lutzka

(born April 20, 1984) is a "goofy-footed" (naturally places his right foot at the nose of the skateboard) professional skateboarder. He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States (US). Lutzka explained in 2014 that he "grew up on skates," and first tried ice skating at the age of two before playing ice hockey in high school Lutzka commenced skateboarding at the age of nine after discovering it through his peers in the ice hockey team. 

Kurtis Colamonico

is known for his consistency and solid tricks. When Kurtis isn't wowing the fans, he's usually skating with his friends in his hometown of Long Beach, California, listening to hip hop, and taking photos of his friends skateboarding.

Chad Fernandez

is known for his work on Lords of Dogtown (2005), Opinion: To Each His Own (2001) and Grind (2003). He had photos in the mags at eleven years old, rode for the original Creature team, invented moves in "The Storm," had pro shoes on Osiris and Globe and starred in one of the most infamous skatesploitation movies of all time. But through ups and downs Chad never stopped skating. And as his "Nandez" video part (premiering tomorrow) will show, he's not giving up so easily. 

Austen Seaholm

from Anaheim, California has shown the people what he's worth. Starting his pro career in 2002, at the age of 16, he was an automatic favorite after earning sixth place at the X Games in Skate Park.Three years later, Seaholm held strong at the Dew Tour when he ended in eighth place in the final standings. He is one of the most tech street skaters on the scene.

Carlos de Andrade

Carlos de Andrade hails from Brazil and has been pro for more than two decades. A street skater through and through, Carlos skates rough spots with speed and precision. When Carlos skates a perfect competition setup prepare to watch him link his tricks endlessly whether down the stairs or even on the transitions.

Rodolfo Ramos

is proving to be tough competition for America's best in skate park.The Brazilian native began competing in 2000, and won the Latin X Games a year later. In 2006, Ramos started off strong, and ended strong with a third place in the Dew Tour overall. He kept his consistency through the 2007 season, where he had two second-place finishes to take the bronze, again, in the year-end standings.

Fabrizio Santos

Since he was 14 years old, has been competing in skate park and has been known for his complete use of the course for almost as long. Despite finishing at the end of the pack in the 2005 Dew Tour year-end standings and not competing in 2006, Santos showed his best skill in 2007. Having strong finishes, especially at the Vans Invitational where he placed third, Fabrizio was able to prove himself with a sixth-place finish in the race for the Dew Cup.

Dayne Brummet

is a determined skater with a "go-for-broke" attitude. He’s been riding for more than 20 years, and still is passionate about the sport and about skateparks. Dayne has earned numerous top placings in major national and international contests, and has been ranked 2nd in the World Street Rankings. He was also invited to participate in the AST Dew Tour and placed 17th overall.

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