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Anthony Frank Hawk was born May 12, 1968, in San Diego, California, USA. 
He is the son of Frank and Nancy Hawk. He has three siblings; Lenore, Patricia and Steve Hawk.
He was married to Cindy Dunbar from 1990 to 1993, and they had a son, Riley Hawk. From 1996 to 2004 he was married to Erin Lee, and they had two sons, Spencer Hawk and Keegan Hawk. From 2006 to 2011 he was married to Lhotse Merriam, and they had a daughter named Kadence Clover Hawk.
Tony Hawk started skateboarding in 1978, at the age of 9, after his brother gave him a blue Bhane fiberglass board. 
Tony Hawk is credited with the invention of several skateboard tricks.
Before retiring from competitive skateboarding, Tony Hawk had won 73 of the 103 vert and street contests he entered, and placed second in 19 of them.
1982: 01 - Rusty Harris Series Final Contest Vert 1983: 01 - Del Mar Spring Nationals Vert 1984: 01 - NSA Del Mar Skatepark Vert 1985: 02 - NSA #7 Del Mar Pool Jam 1986: 01 - Duel in Diablo 1986: 01 - Transworld Skateboarding Championships Vancouver Vert 1986: 02 - NSA #1 Houston Texas 1988: 04 - Savannah Slamma II 1986: 01 - Chicago Blowout 1988: 02 - Vision Pro Skate Escape 1988: 03 - NSA Pro Tour Contest #2 Vert Ramp 1991: 01 - Shut Up and Skate Finals Vert Ramp 1995: 02 - Summer X Games Street 1995: 01 - Summer X Games Vert Singles 1996: 02 - Summer X Games Vert Singles 1997: 01 - Summer X Games Vert Singles 1997: 01 - Summer X Games Vert Doubles 1998: 03 - Summer X Games Vert Singles 1998: 01 - Summer X Games Vert Doubles 1998: 01 - World Cup Skateboarding Tour Vert 1999: 01 - Summer X Games Vert Doubles 1999: 01 - Summer X Games Vert Singles 1999: 01 - Summer X Games Vert Best Trick 2000: 01 - Summer X Games Vert Doubles 2001: 01 - Summer X Games Vert Doubles 2001: 01 - Summer X Games Vert Best Trick
By twelve, Tony was sponsored by Dogtown skateboards, by fourteen he was pro.
Tony Hawk learned recently that nearly half of the US adult population has high blood pressure. Small efforts like talking to your doctor and increasing physical activity can help you manage it. Starting off with something you enjoy (or once enjoyed) doing - like skateboarding in his case - is a great way to get active and can make a big difference.