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Clint Tompkins
Clint Tompkins
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Age: 31
Hometown: Royse City, TX
Years Riding: 8
Height: 5 11
Weight: 170
Stance: Regular
Sponsors: Signature Wakeskates, Texas Mastercraft
Web: www.signaturewakeskates.com
Bio: Clint is the mayor of Texas winching. If he’s not out hitting a new winch gap, he’s scouring google earth to find more. He started his own wakeskate brand, Signature Wakeskates in 2009 and also helped to host the Trinity River Round Up, a wakeskate competition on a natural winch gap in Fort Worth.

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Video posted in Skate on January 7th, 2009 by admin
Even in the dead of winter, you can count on Clint Tompkins to be doing something insane. This week’s creative and technical clip comes from the heart of Texas. Thanks Clint. To submit your...

Article posted in Skate on September 22nd, 2008 by admin
Photo: Brooke Geery Date: September 19, 2008 Location: OWC. Toe Jam Winch Finals Trick: Winning Backlip 270 shuv Temperature: 70ish Special Mention: Gib Gibbons, best photo assistant...

Article posted in Skate on April 30th, 2009 by admin
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Video posted in Skate on December 11th, 2008 by admin
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Video posted in Skate on December 2nd, 2008 by admin
So Alliance was lucky to stumble upon some archived footage of our good friend Clint Tompkins. The footage is almost 4 years old. Some may say it might be considered an “oldy but...

Article posted in Skate on September 1st, 2011 by garrettcortese
Action returned to The Projects for Day 2 of the 8th annual Byerly Toe Jam. This year marked the first time ever the competition utilized a System 2.0 two-way cable. That didn’t prevent...