This week on Dew Tour Live we’ve got Jagger Eaton, Dashawn Jordan, and Keegan Palmer on the show. We’ll be checking in with the three skaters, taking your questions, and watching some skating. There may even be an impromptu game of virtual skate. Leave a question in the comments for a chance to have them answered on-air.
Skateboarders lead a seemingly charmed life – from demos, to signings, to photoshoots, to hitting the streets for the next video part, pro skaters are considered to have the best job on earth. However, when the tours end and the contest season has mellowed out, it’s always good to be back home and enjoy skateboarding in its greatest form: low-stress, no-deadlines, and with the good homies. This is what “Field Day” is all about.
In 2020, skateboarding is set to enter the mainstream on a global scale like it never has before — in Pushing Forward, we’re asking and answering the real, authentic and relevant questions that define the present day state of skate before it changes forever.
Jagger Eaton, Ryan Decenzo and Samarria Brevard show us the two different worlds of skateboarding, the skate park and the streets. These days, does it all come down to the core vs. the contests for a professional skateboarder?
Every time Jagger Eaton visits the park, he destroys it. Watch now, as an 11-year-old Jagger roars through Tampa Am 2012. With this year’s contest coming November 7-10, we can’t wait to see what’s gonna go down, let alone who’s gonna change their life in the matter of a weekend.
Jagger Eaton’s rise through the X Games ranks is nothing short of remarkable. From his early days in Skateboard Big Air to his current status as a top Skateboard Street competitor, he’s done it all, with perseverance as his secret weapon. “It’s about the battle now,” says Eaton.
Watch the replay of ESPN’s full broadcast of the Men’s Skateboard Street final at X Games Shanghai 2019, featuring Luan Oliveira, Ivan Monterio, Jake Ilardi, Vincent Milou, Dashawn Jordan, Yuto Horigome, Kelvin Hoefler, Jagger Eaton, Shane O’neill and Nyjah Huston.
In the latest episode of “Skaters In Cars,” host Chris Nieratko travels to Mesa, Arizona to meet up with X Games Minneapolis Skateboard Street invite Jagger Eaton. From his start at X Games in Skateboard Big Air, to getting on the Team U.S.A. Olympic Skate Team, to playing hide and seek at Skateboard School, it’s all covered.
This year’s summer Dew Tour competition and festival to be held June 13-16 in Long Beach, Calif. will serve as the first official global Olympic qualifying event in the U.S. for men’s and women’s skateboarding park and street competitions in 2019 and the final qualifying event in 2020. Skateboarding will be part of the Olympic Games for the first time in Tokyo in 2020, and has also been proposed as an additional sport in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
More than 300 of the world’s top male and female skateboarders will compete in individual Park and Street events for a chance to win the Dew Tour title, while earning valuable points toward their country’s Olympic skateboarding team. Expected to compete at this year’s event include USA Skateboarding national team members Nyjah Huston, Jagger Eaton, Tristan Rennie, Mariah Duran, Lacey Baker, Jordyn Barratt, as well as international skaters Oskar Rozenberg (SWE), Kelvin Hoefler (BRA), Pamela Rosa (BRA), Yuto Horigome (JPN), Leticia Bufoni (BRA) and Ryan Decenzo (CAN).
Kamden Storm brings you this Jagger Eaton backyard park footage.
Jagger Eaton took home the Gold at Simple Session 2018; get ready for Simple Session 19 February 2nd-3rd.
Second place Pro Street winner Jagger Eaton was on fire all weekend at Dew Tour Long Beach 2018. Jagger was one of the few skaters to hit practice early, which evidentially paid off for him. Check out the best moves that scored Jagger his first Dew Tour podium finish.
Zion Wright, Pedro Barros, Jagger Eaton and the rest of the athletes that battled it out in the Men’s Pro Tour finals at Huntington Beach. Checkout the highlights!