Austin Coleman Biography
A native of Los Angeles, California, United States, Austin Coleman is a famous and popular American reality television personality and professional BMX rider, the co-host, of the HGTV series First Home-Fix.
Austin Coleman Age
Coleman is 40 years old as of 2022. He was born in 1983 in Los Angeles, California, United States.
Austin Coleman Height
Coleman stands at a height of 6 feet 0 inches(1.83 m) tall and weighs 75 kg (165 lbs).
Austin Coleman Education
Although Coleman first year as a professional came senior year of high school, as an avid student, he resumed his academic and professional athletic careers simultaneously attending the University of Southern California on an Academic Scholarship and graduating in May 2006, with a degree in Urban Planning and Development.
Austin Coleman Family
Coleman was born and raised in Los Angeles, by his parents Freddie and Jeanette Coleman. His mother was, like him, a real estate broker. Information regarding his siblings is not mentioned anywhere. We will update this section as soon as the information is available.
Austin Coleman Wife
Coleman has not come publicly regarding his relationship. We don’t know if he is married or in a relationship. However, we will update this section as soon as her partner’s information is available. Also, information regarding his siblings is not known. We will update this section when the information is available.
Austin Coleman Net Worth
Coleman has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Austin Coleman Style
Coleman is known for having his own distinctive flair, either dropping totally distinctive interpretations or tweaking tricks in ways only he’s been capable to master. Not surprisingly, he aims for assortment in his riding, which has led him into several distinct disciplines throughout his riding career, the most current being Vert. He brings his signature style to the halfpipe, floating downside whips so big it seems impossible that he’ll make it back to the pedals in time.
Austin Coleman Competitions
- X Games Asia 2010 Vert Bronze Medalist
- X Games Asia 2010 Mini-Mega Bronze Medalist
- T-Mobile Extreme Playgrounds 2010 Bronze Medal
Dew Tour 2008 Park Bronze Medalist
- Action Sports World Tour 2008 Silver Medalist
Austin Coleman Career
Coleman was born in Los Angeles, CA to Freddie and Jeanette Coleman. He was interested in sports as a child and started skateboarding at the age of 10 until he got his older brother’s BMX bike.
Although his first year as a professional came senior year of high school, as an avid student, he resumed his academic and professional athletic careers simultaneously attending the University of Southern California on an Academic Scholarship and graduating in May 2006, with a degree in Urban Planning and Development.
Austin Coleman BMX Rider
Coleman was one of the few black kids riding around on a skateboard in Orange County when he was growing up, but he learned while growing up near Rodeo and Crenshaw. As a kid, he had dreams of being a BMX rider, and he has achieved his goal of contesting at the X Games. After his career is over he will use his degree from USC to be a real estate developer.
“As a kid, I was ever really active,” Coleman said. “I played every sport you could imagine, but I have been very self-motivated. I have always enjoyed being active, but I didn’t really care to show up at practice time every day. So I kind of gravitated to more personal sports. I first got into skateboarding. It was something that you could go out there and be creative, and be on your own. You can work on your own schedule, so that was always appealing to me.”
Coleman learned how to skateboard around the area of Rodeo and Crenshaw, where he spent his early childhood. He would ride to the local Thrifty store, practicing new tricks, to get an ice cream cone. He remembers when the store was burned down in the 1992 riots. After seeing the X Games in 1995, he went to a BMX bike show at the Los Angeles Convention Center and he knew that was the sport that he wanted to participate in.
After switching to BMX bikes while in high school, he was always looking to push the limits.
“Just like every other kid I got on my bike, jumping off of curves,” Coleman said. “Then the curve turned into two stairs. Two stairs turned into four stairs. And progressing from there, there is no secret or formula. Every BMX pro started out the same way. Just as a kid peddling around his neighborhood, jumping off of everything in his path.
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