Having a professional skateboarding career has been a great way for Christian Hosoi to earn money. He is not only a skilled skateboarder, but he is also a well-known figure on social media. He has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand. He has been married to Jennifer Lee since 2001, and they have four sons together.
The skateboarding superstar has had a long and storied career. His skating skills started when he was just eight years old, and by age fourteen, he had won over 50 competitions. He was also the first person to land a 360deg skateboarding trick. Hosoi is a skilled skater who has earned a place in the Skateboarding Hall of Fame. He has also appeared in several movies, such as “Thrashin'” (1986), with Josh Brolin, and “Hardflip” (2012), with Randy Wayne.
When he was in high school, Hosoi was sponsored by Powell Peralta, and he turned pro at age 14. His early career took a hit during the early ’90s recession. But in the late 2000s, Hosoi came back with a vengeance and won a plethora of competitions. His most notable win was the X Games 15 Skateboard Park Legends competition in 2009. He has been endorsed by Swatch, Jimmy’Z, Converse, Swatch, and Swatch. He has also been featured in magazines.
During his early career, Christian Hosoi was a big skateboarding fan, and he would frequently watch his favorite skateboarding legends, such as Tony Hawk. But as Hosoi grew older, he began to develop a rivalry with Hawk. He also started to develop a drug addiction.
In 2000, he was caught in the Honolulu airport with 1.5 pounds of crystal methamphetamine. He was sentenced to a 10 year prison term, but was paroled in 2004. While incarcerated, Hosoi’s wife, Jennifer Lee, influenced him to become a born-again Christian. Hosoi’s wife was also a nightclub dancer. The two eventually decided to marry, and Christian Hosoi has two sons from that relationship. He also has four sons from his first marriage, which has ended in divorce.
Christian Hosoi has won a variety of events, including the Thrasher Savannah Slamma I in 1987 and the Titus World Cup in Germany in 1988. He has also been recognized for his street and vert skating skills. He also won the Etnies GVR Skull Bowl – Masters in Lake Forest, California in 2008. He has been named one of the “World’s Top Skaters” by the World Skateboard Association. He is also an active member of the Skateboarding Hall of Fame, and he has appeared in several magazines. He has been featured in a documentary film called “Rising Son: Skateboarder Christian Hosoi’s Legend,” which chronicled his journey through drugs and alcohol, and his conversion to Christianity.
In 2012, Hosoi released his autobiography. It was a fascinating glimpse into his life, and Hosoi’s journey from a drug addict to a born-again Christian. While it was difficult to see the end of his skateboarding career, Hosoi has bounced back from his major setbacks. Hosoi’s passion for extreme sports has continued to inspire people all over the world.