I am a pretty recognizable, like, I walk through the airport or something, you are going to spot me right away.
Whenever I do a deal I always have the right of approval.
My mom was a waitress, and my dad was a plumber who worked for the City of San Clemente fixing mains breaks, so not too glamorous.
I'm proud of the USA. We've done some amazing things. To wear our flag in the Olympics is an honor.
I've always been a guy who wants to play sports, not watch them.
What drives me now is the fact that I feel like I still have so many tricks that I want to learn and so many things that I can still do. And so many cool things outside of sports that I have been doing.
I don't think the sport is any more dangerous than it's ever been.
I've got to stand up for the sport.
If skating got into the Olympics, I would be tempted to hold off on shredding for a year and just skate, to make that my new goal. In that sport, I'm still the underdog.
I couldn't do my homework if my room wasn't clean. And it has carried on now that I am older, in a very freakish way.
It's a pretty heavy thing that happens to me when I'm at competitions. I get so sucked in, I can't really turn it off.
My dad, he's the rocker.
I'm not too big on moisturisers and fancy skin products. I keep my grooming regime nice and simple.
Meeting actors and TV personalities is one thing, but I just feel like meeting musicians is the coolest.
It's hard to just kinda get some privacy and do your own thing.