Moreso than most professional skateboarders, Tony Hawk gets to speak his mind in a variety of places and formats. From his own radio show on Sirius Satelite radio to every sk8 magazine in existence, Tony doesn't lack outlets for his oppinions.
Fortunately, as the unofficial ambasodor to skateboarding, he always has something interesting to say. Below is an exerpt from NPR radio where he discusses his job - Pro Skateboarder.
Tony Hawk got his first skateboard when he was 9 years old. Five years later, he turned pro. Hawk's autobiography and video games have been best sellers, while his foundation has funded skate-park construction in low-income communities across America.
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