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Country: United States Hometown: Queen Creek, AZ Date of Birth: September 6, 2000 Stance: Regular Team: Blind Sponsors: 187 Killer Pads, Ace Trucks, Blind, Bones Wheels, Monster Energy, Moüse Grip, Nike SB, SoCal Skateshop, Triple Eight, Uncle Skate Charity
Trey Wood first hopped onto a skateboard at the age of three while on a family vacation in Venice Beach, CA. Though Wood returned to his home state of Arizona, it wouldn’t be long before a skateboard brought him back to California. Wood returned to Golden State in 2012 and left a big impression on the entire industry. Wood entered the X Games Big Air event where he not only earned an impressive fifth place finish but became the third youngest competitor in X Games history as an 11-year-old. That same year Wood skated in the Dew Tour Mega 2.0 event, and in the Damn Am Woodward West vert event that he won! Two years later, in 2014, Wood would prove to any doubters that he was not simply a product of big air and wooden ramps but that he could carry his skills over a cement bowl with the best of them by winning the 14 & under division of the Vans Combi Bowl event. The fun still hasn’t stopped for young Wood, as he is still finding new ways to showcase his skate skills. In the 2016 Clash at Clairemont a new contest format was held called Skatercross Skateboard Racing and Wood reigned supreme. Up against fellow young guns and seasoned veterans, Wood came in as fresh as everyone else to the format. By the end of gaps, berm walls and other obstacles it was clear that he possessed the entire skill-set with his first place victory. As for what’s next, you’ll just have to wait and see.