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|Birth date:||October 5, 1967|
|Birth place:||California, United States|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Jennifer Hosoi (m. 2001)|
|Children:||James Hosoi, Classic Hosoi, Endless Kealoha Hosoi, Rhythm Hosoi|
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Nicknamed “Christ” and “Holmes”, Christian Hosoi is an American professional skateboarder who has an estimated net worth of$500 thousand. Produced Christian Rosha Hosoi on October 5, 1967, he began skating at seven or eight years old with veterans Shogo Kubo, Tony Alva, Stacy Peralta, and Jay Adams as his idols. In 1979, he was sponsored by Powell Peralta as an hobbyist. A year later, he joined Dogtown Skateboards to turn professional. In age 14, he turned pro with Sims Skateboards.
Hosoi emerged among the top competitions of vertical riding together with pros such as Steve Caballero, Mike McGill, Lester Kasai, and Mark “Gator” Rogowski. He eventually developed a rivalry with Tony Hawk with their contrasting styles in both skateboarding and lifestyles. Hosoi is famous for his dash and graceful style while Hawk was lifting the bar with his practical skill and challenging tricks. Hosoi invented the Christ Air and Rocker Air, and was distinguished for pulling huge aerials where at one point he was the world record holder. Vertical skateboarding grew in viewer popularity with prize money to watch. Together with his important sanctions like Converse, Swatch and Jimmy’Z, in addition to receiving a professional model wheel, the OJ II Hosoi Rocket through Santa Cruz Speed Wheels, he got more money than he had ever imagined.
In 1984, Christian Hosoi formed his own company, Hosoi Skates that was first distributed through Skull Skates afterward through NHS-INC. The board became so popular that it had been counterfeited. Christian continued to be a hazard despite the emergence of street skating in mid-to-late 1980s. Christian won both the vertical and street competitions in the Lotte Cup contest in Japan in 1989.
Hosoi was considered as one of America’s top 40 skateboarders during the 1980s. Hosoi was released on parole in the beginning of June 2004.
Christian Rosha Hosoi (/hos/ “hoh-SOY”; produced October 5, 1967) is an American professional skateboarder. He’s also known by the nicknames “Christ” and “Holmes”.
He left Powell Peralta a year after when they wouldn’t permit him to turn professional and joined Dogtown Skateboards. After Dogtown went out of business shortly afterward, he turned pro at the age of 14 with Sims Skateboards. Hosoi invented the Christ Atmosphere and Rocket Air, and was renowned for pulling enormous aerials; at one point he was the world record holder. Vertical skateboarding grew in viewer popularity with prize money to match. This, along with important endorsements with Converse, Swatch, and Jimmy’Z, in addition to receiving a expert model wheel, the OJ II Hosoi Rocket through Santa Cruz Speed Wheels, bringing in Hosoi more money than he had ever wanted. In 1984 he formed his own company, Hosoi Skates, first distributed through Skull Skates, then through NHS-INC. The board proved to be so popular that it was counterfeited. When road skating began to emerge in the mid-to-late 80s, Hosoi shown a danger too, winning both the vert and street contests at the Lotte Cup contest in Japan in 1989.