Tony Hawk At 50 Chompsky at 1:08 pm May 15, 2018 Skate legend and feisty quinquagenarian Tony Hawk talks about his inspiration and performs 50 of the tricks he either created or perfected over the course of his professional career. Closed captions on for dates and trick names. awesomer FacebookTwitterPinterest Related posts: Skate India Tim Knoll: Mad Skillz Road Skeleton Felipe Versus The Loop
great sportsman,role model and hell of a skater,he’s done tremendous work with his foundation in inner cities.
-588 skatepark projects in the U.S. have received funding from the Tony Hawk Foundation.
-$5.8-million has been awarded by the Tony Hawk Foundation to help create public skateparks.
-the Tony Hawk Foundation offers grants to help finance public skateparks in low-income communities.
he’s some man for one man alright
fifty is the new twenty
How was your fiftieth frilly? ;)
hey was I really 50?
eh, you wouldn’t want’ta mind me half the time……
I’ve probably got more enjoyment out of my old Tony Hawk BMX,than Magnier did from flipping that nude tax free,wasn’t it Picasso that stated all art is theft,perhaps he meant speculating in it…..
at least ya got the ride
it has the rear pegs and all,so i’m not the only one getting the ride,speaking off trips down memory lane….
and i didn’t have buy a passport to get one,looks like the irish media doing a great job whitewashing Magnier’s murky past-i will just put this up before the canonization.
oh happy b’day Tony and keep landing on both feet :)
“John Magnier was the single largest shareholder in a company which benefited from a £4m investment from the controversial ‘passports for investment’ scheme in 1990. The granting of 11 passports to Sheik Maffouz and his family in December 1990 was made in highly unusual circumstances and, apparently, in breach of statutory regulations.
A subsequent Department of Justice investigation found that the 11 passports were handed over to the Shiek, a day before the official certificates were signed by the Minister for Justice, Ray Burke. This was in breach of regulations. The passports were handed over personally by Mr Haughey, over lunch in Kinsealy.”
Ah..half pipe Skateboarding. I remember the injuries well, especially shins and knees. Yikes!
Fair balls to Tony Hawk, an unbelievable pro. Still able to do amazing things at 50! Legend