A product of the strong Arizona skate scene, Trey Wood first competed at the X Games in Big Air when he was 11 (2012) and is still the third youngest athlete ever. Now 15, Wood stands at 5-ft. 10-in. and 140 pounds; he's sprouted 4-inches and gained 35 pounds in one year. It's that growth spurt, however, that is causing problems with his limbs. He's broken both wrists and fractured a heel, all since Sept. 2015. The multi-talented skater competes in bowl, mega and vert contests. First poached a mega ramp quarterpipe at 8 years old; at 14 he finished 5th in X Games Big Air. He's a home-schooled 9th grader who spends most of his time in California.
- 5th place: 2014 X Games Austin SKB Big Air.
- 3rd youngest competitor in X Games history. (Rookie in 2012, age 11)
- 1st, Vans Amateur (14 & under) Combi Bowl contest (March 2014).
- Has grown 4 inches and gained 35 lbs since summer 2015.
- Started skating seriously at age 7, in 2007. Poached a mega ramp quarterpipe at age 8, started skating full mega at age 10.
X Games Competition History
|X Games Austin 2015|| SKB Big Air||9th|
|X Games Austin 2014|| SKB Big Air||5th|
|X Games Los Angeles 2012|| SKB Big Air||15th|