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Once his incredible talents began to take form, so began the travels of Ryan and his intrepid mom, Gretchen. Open of Skateboarding (in front of a hometown San Clemente crowd), chalked up another California Amateur Skateboard League State Championship, and gave runner-up performances in the Gravity Games Amateur Challenge and the Best Trick Contest—against pros—at the Jockey Core Tour.

Between 19, Ryan took multiple podiums on the Vans Warped Tour. All that in addition to strong finishes at the Globe World Cup, the Tampa Am, and the Slam City Jam.

The 13-year-old’s plethora of accomplishments that year included second place at the Scandinavian Open, first place at the Slam City Jam, first place overall for the Vans Triple Crown Street competition, a gold medal at the Gravity Games, and, yes, that astonishing win in Street at the 2003 Summer X Games—where he was the only skater to land every trick he attempted. In 2005, Ryan was named the Action Sports Tour’s Athlete of the Year and overall Street Champion by the World Cup of Skateboarding.

Whether he’s entering a contest or attending an industry event, a barrage of screaming girls—and signs reading, “I Love Ryan”—always follows.

Although he’s earned the respect of even the most diehard street skaters, Ryan still has yet to fulfill his ultimate goal: Thrasher’s Skater of the Year. Between the media coverage and the contest winnings, Shecky’s popularity fuse had just been lit.

But when his reality show, The Life of Ryan, premiered on MTV in 2007, his fame exploded into international stardom.

After dropping two doubt-crushing video parts in Almost’s Round Three and Oakley’s Our Life, Ryan had the skateboard media salivating over his skills and a cover boy was born.

At 17, he made the cover of the May 2007 issue of The Skateboard Mag.

What this 19-year-old has already accomplished as a teenager, most could only dream of accomplishing in a lifetime.