Jagger Eaton, the youngest-ever competitor in the history of X Games, placed 12th in the X Games Big Air Skateboard Finals at only age 11. Jagger now competes in the professional skateboarding circuit regularly and is recognized as having the well-rounded talent to compete in street, pools, parks and MegaRamp events. In 2012, Jagger placed 3rd at Tampa Am. His older brother Jett Eaton, also an talented skater, stepped down from an invite to X Games in 2012 due to injury, but can be expected to be climbing the ranks in the professional contest arena soon.

The brothers have been skating since the ages of 5 and 7. They started out with a mini-ramp in their back yard and we’re hooked. After seeing the enthusiasm resonate within them, their father Geoff began building skatepark obstacles within his existing business, Desert Devils Gymnastics. The park quickly gained popularity among parents and developed into Kids That Rip Skateboard School (KTR), which is one of the best indoor skateparks and training facilities in the nation. Jett and Jagger continue to push the limits of skateboarding everyday and be role models for other kids at their home skatepark.