2011 1st Australian SBA Champion
2012 1st Australian SBA Champion
2013 1st Australian SBA Champion
2013 Australian Skater of the Year
2014 2nd Kimberley Diamond Cup World Championship
2015 1st Street League Barcelona Pro Open
2016 1st Red Bull Hold the Line London
2017 1st Tampa Pro Qualifier
2017 2nd Street League Chicago Prelims
2018 3rd International Open Street Qualifier
Tommy Fynn is one of Australia’s most successful and highly regarded international skateboarders. He is currently ranked within the top 20 international street skaters and is ranked 26thoverall in global ranking.
Tommy was born in Durban, South Africa where he lived until the age of 10. He then moved to New Zealand, which is where he was first introduced to the art of skateboarding. After immediately falling in love with the sport, Tommy fully invested himself into developing his craft. He then moved to Brisbane seven years later, where he begun to market himself as skateboarder by successfully competing in various skateboarding events.
Tommy’s dominance grew in the skating industry; his influence and talent highlighted in his three successive Australian Skating Championship titles in the years 2011-2013. Furthermore, his three years of success was accordingly recognized through being name as the Lam Skate of The Year at the conclusion of 2013.
Using the momentum of his success-to-date, 2014 saw Tommy turn pro. This came as a result of countless podium finishes andpioneering several street-skating videos. After turning pro Tommy took it ot the next level, gaining sponsorships with Skateboarding powerhouses such as DC Shoes, Independent Trucks and Stereo Skateboards.. In 2016 Tommy qualified into Street League Skateboarding (SLS) in Barcelona through the Pro Open. SLS is the highest League in skateboarding; Tommy made SLS history in his rookie year by taking a 3rd place finish in New Jersey.
Now traveling between Los Angeles and Brisbane Tommy has his sights set on making the official Australian Olympic team. His focus is on preparing for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics and is also hungry for success in the SLS over the next two years..
In conjunction with his Skateboarding achievements, Tommy has established a considerable following on various social media platforms. He has obtained over 85,000 followers on Instagram whilst his YouTube views have soared into the millions.