and sometimes your girlfriend is so hot that it doesn't matter.
'cause while he came in 3rd at the X Games, TMZ Sports has photographic proof that he's dating a gold medal hottie.
The final episode of the second season of the "Sheckler Sessions" online series was aired in November 2013 and signaled the conclusion of the entire show.
Titled "Southern Comfort," the episode was filmed in the U. state of North Carolina, and featured fellow professional skateboarders Zered Bassett and Bobby Worrest.
Following his recruitment into the ranks of Plan B, Sheckler successfully cleared a 55 feet (17 m) gap on Bob Burnquist's Mega Ramp construction (a segmented ramp that typically consists of 50 feet (15 m), 60 feet (18 m), or 70 feet (21 m)-foot gaps, and a 27 feet (8.2 m)-tall "quarterpipe" ramp The Superfuture part also featured a historic trick that Sheckler completed at a location known as the "Costco gap." Skateboard photographer Atiba Jefferson and filmer Ricki Bedenbaugh were present when Sheckler completed the trick, and both recalled in 2013 that they were very nervous due to the degree of difficulty involved.
The trick was finalized on the fourth try and led to Sheckler appearing on the cover of The Skateboard Mag magazine, which Jefferson shot.
Jason Carbone and Sarah Kane were the show's executive producers, and both of Sheckler's brothers starred in the series, alongside his childhood friends Tony, Casey and Taylor.
Sheckler then appeared in the second teaser for the inaugural full-length video, which was published online in February 2013.
Sheckler is filmed performing a kickflip in a street-based setting, while teammates Torey Pudwill and Duffy are also present.
For example when we went to China recently, Sheckler alone has more footage from his one trip than all of the Girl team from their China trips combined.
I’m not trying to diss on Girl, just trying to put it in perspective, what I think his strengths are.