Eito Yasutoko

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Eito Yasutoko
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Personal information
Nationality Japanese
Born (1983-07-29) July 29, 1983 (age 34)
Kobe, Japan

Eito Yasutoko is a Japanese professional vert skater. Eito won a gold medal at the 2003 Gravity Games and a Gold medal at the 2005 X Games in England.

His brother is professional vert skater Takeshi Yasutoko.


Best Tricks Twister, 1080 California Roll, Double backflip 180.

Eito Vert Skating in India

Vert Competitions[edit]

  • 2014 Asian X Games, Shanghai, China - Vert: Silver
  • 2013 Asian X Games, Shanghai, China - Vert: Gold
  • 2010 Asian X Games, Shanghai, China - Vert: Bronze
  • 2008 Asian X Games, Shanghai - Vert: 2nd
  • 2007 LG Action Sports World Championships, Dallas, TX - Vert: Bronze Medalist
  • 2007 Action Sports World Tour, San Diego, CA - Vert: 3rd
  • 2007 Asian X Games, Shanghai - Vert: 3rd
  • 2006 LG Action Sports World Championships, Dallas, TX - Vert: 9th
  • 2006 LG Action Sports World Tour, Birmingham, England - Vert: 4th
  • 2006 LG Action Sports World Tour, Amsterdam, Netherlands - Vert: 8th
  • 2006 Action Sports World Tour, Richmond, VA - Vert: 2nd
  • 2006 Asian X Games, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Vert: 1st
  • 2005 LG Action Sports World Championship, Manchester, England: 1st
  • 2005 LG Action Sports US Championship, Pomona, CA - Vert: 2nd
  • 2005 LG Action Sports World Tour, Munich, Germany - Vert: 2nd
  • 2005 LG Action Sports World Tour, Moscow, Russia - Vert: 1st
  • 2004 Pro Tour Year-End Ranking - Vert: 2
  • 2004 LG Action Sports Asian Tour, Beijing, China: 1st, Shanghai & Seoul: 2nd
  • 2004 LG Action Sports Championships - World Championships - Vert: 5th
  • 2004 X Games - Vert: Bronze Medalist
  • 2004 Asian X Games: Silver Medalist
  • 2003 Pro Tour Year-End Ranking (Vert): 1
  • 2003 LG Action Sports Championships - World Championships - Vert: 1st
  • 2003 Gravity Games - Vert: Gold Medalist
  • 2003 X Games - Vert: Gold Medalist
  • 2003 AIL - Vert: 2
  • 2002 X Games - Vert: Silver Medalist
  • 2001 ASA World Championships - Vert: Bronze Medalist
  • 2001 AIL - Vert: 4
  • 2000 X Games - Vert: Gold Medalist
  • 1999 AIL - Vert: 1
  • 1999 AIL - Vert Triples: 3
  • 1998 AIL - Vert: 4
  • 1998 AIL - Vert Triples: 5

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