In 2003, Ryan Sheckler (13 yrs. 7 mos.) became the youngest gold medalist in X Games history, a record he still owns today. After a three-year medal drought, Shecks earned his 7th (bronze) at Austin in 2015. He's been busy filming ever since, including a much-hyped appearance skateboarding alongside Leticia Bufoni in Justin Bieber's video for "What Do You Mean?," which has more than 140 million YouTube views since it was released in August. Sheckler is registered to compete in both Street and Park in Austin. It would be his first time competing in Park at X Games since 2003.
- Youngest gold medalist in XG history (13 yrs. 7 mos.) SKB Park 2003.
- time X Games gold medalist (1 Park, 2 Street); 7 medals overall
- Received the Eric Stricker Memorial Award at the 2016 TransWorld SKATEboarding Awards for his work with The Sheckler Foundation
- 140+ million YouTube views for the video he filmed for Justin Bieber's "What Do You Mean?"
- His name is attached to the Red Bull Hart Lines event in Detroit. 3rd in 2015. DNC in 2016.
X Games Competition History
|X Games Oslo 2016|| SKB Street||8th|
|X Games Austin 2015|| SKB Street||3rd|
|X Games Austin 2014|| SKB Street||4th|
|X Games Los Angeles 2013|| SKB Street||14th|
|X Games Barcelona 2013|| SKB Street||11th|
|X Games Foz do Iguaçu 2013|| SKB Street||9th|
|X Games Los Angeles 2012|| SKB Street||2nd|
|X Games 2011|| SKB Street||3rd|
|X Games 2010|| SKB Street||1st|
|X Games 2009|| SKB Street||6th|
|X Games 2008|| SKB Street||1st|
|X Games 2007|| SKB Street||4th|
|X Games 2006|| SKB Street||2nd|
|X Games 2005|| SKB Street||4th|
|X Games 2004|| SKB Street||9th|
|X Games 2003|| SKB Park||1st|