Top ten skaters from all over the world, in order

Skateboards are popular in India, but they have also seen a surge in popularity in the United States.

Here are the top ten skater names from the United Kingdom, Canada, the United Arab Emirates and Japan.


Muzzy, The Big One Muzzys first skateboard was sold at an auction in 2001.


Neskova, Neskovskiy Nesnovskiy is the first skater to be crowned the world’s fastest skater at the 2018 Winter Olympics.


Moshkova (Alex), The Nesko (Alex) In 2010, Alex Moshkovski left his home in Russia and moved to America to skateboarding.


Roshni, The Skipper Roshnii, or The Skippy, is the only skateboard from Russia that can make its way to the United states.


Tyska, The Slipper Tyskas first skate board was sold for $2,400 at an antique auction in 2008.


Oksana, The Bouncer Oksanas first skateboarding record was set in 2002, when she took on a full-length course in the Moscow Metro.


Luka, The Iceman Luka is a former Soviet skater, who won the 2008 Paralympics gold medal in the 50 metres event.


Likulka, Bouncers Likula, or Bounks, was the first woman in the history of Russia to skateboard on the same track as a man.


Lukhin, The Champion Lukhina, or Champion, is a Belarusian skateboarder who is currently in the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest skater in the world.


Skidmark, The Black Angel Skidmarks first skateboards came from a warehouse in the Russian city of Novosibirsk, where he was a part of the Soviet skateboarding scene.

Top ten skatter names from all countries, in alphabetical order, 2018 1.

Moll, The Dancer Moll is one of the fastest skaters in the country and won gold medals at the 2020 World Championships in London.

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