Jordyn Barratt

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Jordyn Barratt
Personal information
Born (1998-12-28) 28 December 1998 (age 22)
Haleiwa, HI, U.S.A
Country United States
Medal record
Representing  United States
Silver medal – second place X Games Minneapolis 2017 Park
Bronze medal – third place X Games Austin 2016 Park

Jordyn Barratt (born December 28, 1998) is a regular-footed American skateboarder and surfer. Barratt lives and works in Encinitas, California.[1]

Early life & education[edit]

Raised in her early-life in Haleiwa, Hawaii, Barratt eventually moved to California and graduated from high school in San Diego County, California, where she was captain of her surf team.[2]


Barratt was a last-minute addition to the Women’s Skateboard Park field at the X-Games 2016. The competition was her first pro contest. The then 17-year-old Barratt earned bronze.[3] In 2016, Barratt became the first female junior pro to compete in both surfing and skating at the VANS U.S. Open.[1] In 2017, Barratt became the first woman to qualify for and compete at the Dew Tour. In 2017, Barratt won the Vans Girls Combi Bowl pool classic.[1]

In 2018, Barratt placed second at the Vans Park Series women’s skateboard park event in Huntington Beach, California.[4]

Barratt is among the 16 members of the inaugural U.S.A Skateboarding National Team announced in March, 2019. Barratt will compete to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games in the Women's Park division.[5]


Toyota, Vans, Pro-Tec, Bones, Independent, Mob Grip, Black & Decker, 187 Pads, Samsung[6]


  1. ^ a b c "Jordyn Barratt - Profile". X Games.
  2. ^ Lane, Lisa. "San Dieguito Academy junior accomplishes big dreams in skate and surf world". Fox 5 San Diego.
  3. ^ EDWARDS, KONATA (2018-07-21). "The Growth Of Women's Skateboarding Is Displayed At The Summer X Games". UPROXX. Retrieved 2019-03-20.
  4. ^ BOWKER, PAUL. "U.S. Skateboarders Jordyn Barratt, Brighton Zeuner Grab Podium Finishes In Skateboard Park". Team USA. Retrieved 2019-03-20.
  5. ^ "USA Skateboarding Olympic Team Announced". Transworld Skateboarding.
  6. ^ Meronek, Rob. "Jordyn Barratt Profile Bio: Ranking, Photos, Video Global Rank: 10th Overall". TheBoardr.