Jordyn Barratt

Sport: Skateboarding
Hometown: Haleiwa, Hawaii
Currently Resides: Oceanside, California
Birthdate: December 28, 1998
Social Media: Twitter: @jordynbarratt; Instagram: @jordynbarratt; Facebook: JordynBarratt
Toyota Vehicle: Toyota Tundra
Olympic History: 2020

Competition Highlights

  • Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – 11th (park) 
  • 2019 Vans Park Series – Montréal, Canada, second  
  • 2018 Vans Park Series World Championships, third  
  • 2018 Vans Park Series – Malmö, Sweden, first  
  • 2017 X Games, silver (skateboard park) 
  • 2016 X Games, bronze (skateboard park) 

About Jordyn Barratt

Raised in Haleiwa, Hawaii, Jordyn Barratt eventually moved to California where she graduated from high school in San Diego County and was the captain of her surf team. In 2016, Barratt made history at the US Open of Surfing where she became the first female to compete as a pro in both US Open skate and surf in the same year.   

In 2017, Barratt was the first female to qualify and compete in the Dew Tour Park Am event. After turning pro, Barratt added to the accolades with nine podium finishes and four wins in 2018.  

In March 2019, Barratt was named as one of 16 athletes to earn a spot on the first-ever USA Skateboarding National Team. Later that year, she competed in the Vans Park Series where she placed a Women’s-Pro-Tour best of second place at the Montréal stop. Barratt ended 2019 on a high note after being named to the 2020 USA Skateboarding National Team.   

After being named to the 2021 USA Skateboarding National Team, Barratt took care of business on the Park courses at the USA Skateboarding National Championships and Dew Tour, setting her up perfectly, points-wise, to be named to the first-ever U.S. Olympic Skateboarding team. Barratt was one of three athletes that represented Woman’s Park for Team USA in the debut of skateboarding at the Olympic Games 2020.  

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