Rodney was a young boy when he started being enthused by the art of skateboarding. He had seen the older kids doing freestyle tricks in the competitions and he wanted to be like them, he asked his dad to buy him a skateboard, but then his dad denied him. He felt that Rodney shouldn’t skateboard and should try to focus on being a doctor just like his father.
Rodney though was persistant and finally his dad decided to buy him one at a later date. There were rules that came with the skateboard thought and deals that Rodney had to make with his dad, first if he got hurt at all (even a scratch) he would have to give up skateboarding and never question his father ever again, next is that he only was going to be aloud to skate in the barn where no one could see him, and that was only he had done all his homework and did extra studying every night.
Rodney though was persistent and he found that he was soon able to do many of the tricks that the older kids he seen could, and then some. Soon he wanted to be a competitor in some of the local competitions and so he asked his father who with out thinking denied Rodney. Rodney though was tired of all the rules and decided to go to one any ways which he took first place without even breaking a sweat, as he was landing never before seen tricks that he thought were already known, but he was doing in such a way that hadn’t been done before.Not wanting to disappoint his father or in-case skateboarding stopped being his main focus he wanted to insure his future. Rodney went to college and got two major degrees in Physics and he also got his Medical degree. After attending all of these schools he was able to do what ever he wanted and is still today known as the best skateboarder in the world for his invention of tricks his smooth landings and his non-Vain composure.
As the weeks and months went by Rodney kept his winning streak alive by beating famous pros like Tony Tave and Stacey Peralta. His father then started to get checks...