Meet the Real Street 2019 contenders
Taylor Kirby Grew up in Southern California skating every weekend with a group of friends who have almost all-since become professional skateboarders.
Chase Webb's dad made him his first handrail out of their trampoline. He's been charging huge rails ever since. He's working with Real Street 2018 videographer silver medalist Chris Ray on his part.
Mason Silva has a hockey temper that can notoriously flare up during any session. His passion contributed to his nomination for for 2018's Skater of the Year.
Trevor McClung grew up skating with his brothers, Trent and Taylor. All three moved from a three-pack of up-and-coming ams to take their place in the skate industry: Trevor and Trent went pro and Taylor is currently the Primitive team manager. Trevor is working with Real Street 2016 videographer gold medalist Jared Lucas on his part.
Known for his massive stair sets and gaps, Chris Joslin has won Real Street medals three years in a row: gold in 2016 and bronze in 2017 and 2018. He also won the Berrics 2018 Populist award.
Dashawn Jordan was a dancer before he became a skateboarder. He's won top am and pro contests across the world but still doesn't have a pro-model board.
Corey Glick turned Pro in 2017. His first-ever clip filmed as a pro skater went viral. He's filming this year with Real Street videographer 2017 and 2018 gold medalist, Don Luong.
Thrasher's 2017 Skater of The Year took the heaviest slam ever filming for Real Street. Don't miss the "World of X Games: Real Street" show on ABC May 4 to go behind-the-scenes on the making of his part to see it.
Brother of Carolina Panther NFL player Richie Brockel, Robbie turned pro literally during his run at the 2016 Phoenix AM. He'd already won best trick at the contest before that.
Their better halves
Real Street parts are made by two-person partnerships between skaters and filmers. Meet the other half of the video contenders in this year's competition. Top to bottom, left to right: Kaylanne Diaz (Jamie Foy), Mike Manzoori (Chris Joslin), Chris Ray (Chase Webb), Don Luong (Corey Glick), Joseph Nicolaus (Dashawn Jordan), Ryan Lee (Mason Silva), Tim Fulton (Robbie Brockel), Jacob Nunez (Taylor Kirby) and Jared Lucas (Trevor McClung).