At age 2, inline phenom Chris Haffey was rolling around on his first pair of skates, and by age 11 he had started jumping, spinning, grinding, and flipping. Haffey’s introduction to aggressive skating coincided perfectly with his move to California, known as the mecca of the aggressive skating world. Soon, Haffey’s skating habit would become a serious passion and ultimately led to a successful career as the world’s top inline skater. At 19, Haffey won his first major skating competition, but despite his passion for street skating, park skating offered more opportunities to compete around the world. He ended up with more X Games medals than any inline skater before him, which eventually led to Haffey becoming a major part of the Nitro Circus live show.