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|Full name||James Chris Cole|
March 10, 1982 |
Statesville, North Carolina, U.S.
|Height||6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m)|
|Weight||180 pounds (82 kg)|
James Chris Cole (born March 10, 1982) is a "regular-footed" professional skateboarder. As of July 2012, his sponsors are Zero, DC, Thunder, Spitfire, Reign Skate Shop, DC Apparel, Stance, Kershaw Knives, and Mophie.
Early life 
Cole gained attention following the completion of a number of difficult tricks: A 360 flip down the staircase at Wallenberg High School in San Francisco, California, United States (US); a backside 360 kickflip down the Carlsbad gap in Carlsbad, California, US; and a backside 360 down the "Love Park" fountain in Philadelphia, US. Cole was formerly a member of the G-Spot Skate and Snow team.
In May 2013, following a bet between Cole and professional skateboarder Mike Mo Capaldi, Cole became a team rider for the Glassy brand—Capaldi and Cole, who are teammates on the DC Shoes team, agreed that Cole would join the Glassy team if he lost to Capaldi in any contest. The pair competed in the Battle at the Berrics 6 contest on May 18, 2013 and Cole was easily defeated by Capaldi.
Cole is the co-owner of Reign Skate Shop in Philadelphia, U.S. and a shareholder in the Zero skateboard company. Cole was the founder of skateboard clothing company Omit Apparel. Started in 2011 and based out of Irvine, California, US, Omit Apparel ceased to be an operational company in late 2012 and Cole's sponsorship deal with DC Apparel was announced in April 2013.
Awards and contest appearances 
Cole was awarded Thrasher Magazine's "Skater of the Year" accolade in both 2005 and 2009 (a feat achieved by only Cole and Danny Way). He has also received the "Reader's Choice" award from Transworld Skateboarding magazine.
Cole's team, Zero, won Thrasher Magazine's "King of the Road" contest three times consecutively and he won the gold medal at the X Games on two consecutive occasions. Cole has also been victorious in other contests, including Back to the Berg and the DC Copenhagen Pro.
Maloof Money Cup 
Cole was victorious in the first three rounds of the Maloof Money Cup and, in the wake of his winning run, the event owners, the Maloof brothers, have offered US$1 million to the first person who wins four Maloof Money Cup titles.
Video game appearances 
Personal life 
As of August 2012, Cole lives in San Diego, California, US, with his wife and children.
- 2000 – Went professional
- 2002 – Transworld's VideoRadio
- 2002 – Part in Transworld's In Bloom video
- 2004 – Chris and Zero team winning Thrasher King of The Road
- 2004 – First place in Street Best Trick, Tampa Pro (also took 4th in Street)
- 2005 – Gold in Gravity Games, Street
- 2005 – 16 page spread in Skateboard Mag (June)
- 2005 – First signature shoe "The Trooper" (Fallen)
- 2005 – Chris and Zero team winning Thrasher King of The Road
- 2005 – Featured in final part in Zero video "New Blood"
- 2005 – Received 'Skater Of The Year' from Transworld Skateboarding and Thrasher Magazine
- 2006 – Chris and Zero team winning Thrasher King of The Road(three times in a row)
- 2006 – 2nd place in és Game of Skate
- 2006 – Gold in X Games, Street
- 2007 – Gold in X Games, Street
- 2007 – Winner of és Game of Skate
- 2008 – 3rd place in Maloof Money Cup
- 2008 – Chris and Team Regular winning Etnies Goofy vs Regular
- 2008 – Winner of és Game of Skate
- 2009 – Winner of Back to the Berg
- 2009 – Winner of Maloof Money Cup ($100,000.00 Prize Money)
- 2009 – Readers Choice Award from Transworld Skateboarding
- 2009 – Winner of Dew Tour
- 2009 – Achieved Battle Commander for TheBerrics.com
- 2009 – Won Battle at The Berrics 2
- 2009 – Thrasher Skater of the Year (second time—Cole is the second person to do this after Danny Way)
- 2010 – Third pro model shoe "The Hi-Volt"(Fallen)
- 2010 – Chris Cole joins the Monster Energy team
- 2010 – Winner of Maloof Money Cup in Queens, New York ($100,000.00 Prize Money)
- 2010 – Winner of Maloof Money Cup in Costa Mesa, California ($100,000.00 Prize Money)
- 2010 – Winner of 14th Annual Johnny Romano Skate Jam for Make A Wish best trick in South Houston ($2,000.00 Prize Money)
- 2010 – 2nd place in Street League Skateboarding, Las Vegas, Nevada.
- 2010 – Chris Cole joins the Stance Team
- 2011 – Chris Cole Is Announced As DC Shoes' New Pro.
- 2011 – Chris Cole invents his new DC shoe; The Chris Cole S
- 2011 – Chris Cole starts Omit Apparel.
- 2011 – 6th Place Street League Seattle
- 2011 – 1st Place Wonka Free Ride Street League Seattle
- 2011 – 2nd Place Street League Kansas City
- 2011 – 1st Place Wonka Free Ride Street League Kansas City
- 2011 – 3rd Place Street League Glendale
- 2011 – 1st Place Wonka Free Ride Street League Glendale
- 2011 – 2nd Place Street League Newark
- 2011 – 2nd Place Wonka Free Ride Street League Newark
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- Blair Alley (30). "BLACK FRIDAYS: CHRIS COLE & WALLENBERG UNCUT". Transworld Skateboarding. Bonnier Corporation. Retrieved 5 October 2012.
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- "Chris Cole Bio". EA Skate. Electronic Arts Inc. 2010. Retrieved 5 October 2012.
- "CHRIS COLE vs MIKEMO CAPALDI". The Berrics. The Berrics. 18. Retrieved 20 May 2013.
- Adam Salo (28). "Chris Cole on DC Shoe Co.". ESPN Action Sports. ESPN Internet Ventures. Retrieved 14 September 2012.
- Skyler Wilder (23). "BEHIND THE SCENES AT CHRIS COLE’S REIGN SKATE SHOP". Transworld Business. Bonnier Corporation. Retrieved 5 October 2012.
- michaelgoodwin (25). "CHRIS COLE NOW A SHAREHOLDER OF ZERO SKATEBOARDS". Transworld Skateboarding. Bonnier Corporation. Retrieved 30 August 2012.
- Kevin Duffel (24). "NEWSHIT INTERVIEW: CHRIS COLE DISCUSSES OMIT". Transworld Skateboarding. Bonnier Corporation. Retrieved 30 August 2012.
- "DC WELCOMES CHRIS COLE TO APPAREL TEAM". DC. DC Shoes, Inc. 30. Retrieved 20 May 2013.
- RIDEChannel (8). "Chris Cole's best advice, Cult BMX, and a stupid story - Free Lunch (Part 2 of 2)". YouTube. Google, Inc. Retrieved 30 August 2012.
- "Crew". Cult Crew. www.cultcrew.com. 2009–2012. Retrieved 24 September 2012.
- Shelley Lee Jones (7). "Chris Cole Skater Of The Year". Huck. The Church of London. Retrieved 30 August 2012.
- Singleton, K. J. M. (2007-08-03). "Cole wins another skateboard gold". The Orange County Register. Retrieved 2010-08-23.
- Salo, Adam (2010-06-21). "Maloof Money Cup NYC finals". ESPN. Retrieved 2010-08-23.
- "Chris Cole wins Battle of the Berrics 2". Allisports. Alli, Alliance of Action Sports, LLC. 2009. Retrieved 5 October 2012.
- Bernie Wilson (17 May 2011). "Skateboarder Cole to get shot at $1 million bonus". UT San Diego. Retrieved 5 October 2012.
- "Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD - Chris Cole Slow-MoTrailer". Gamespot. CBS Interactive Inc. 11. Retrieved 5 October 2012.