Torey Pudwill has fulfilled his dream of becoming a pro skateboarder. His career path started as a teenager, as he was featured in a few short videos showcasing his skills around Simi Valley, CA. He began competing in contests at age 18, and at age 20, a video clip surfaced online, and Torey became the new king of pop among skateboarders, flipping off rails and ledges in Paul Rodriguez's training facility.
The skateboarding industry instantly latched on to Torey. Torey was appointed the Berrics Battle Commander and released an epic video part
on the Berrics website. Rob Dydek personally appointed Torey as the master of ceremonies of each Street League press conference.
In 2011 alone, Torey won best trick at the Tampa Pro with his newly coined grizzly flip, and he scored a 9.0 at Street League in Kansas City for his nollie kickflip backside lip slide. He consistently made it to the finals at Street League in 2010 and 2011.
Aside from his busy contest schedule, Torey has spent nearly every day focusing on filming. He released a full video part for Plan B Skateboards in the middle of summer. In it, he pulls a number of lip slide combos, flip ins and flip outs, lots of pop, and a huge back tail at the end.
Torey is currently training and pushing himself to have a very successful and strong future in skateboarding.