Keefer Wilson | Jumpflex Ambassador
Keefer Wilson aged 14 years old is an awesome skateboarder based in Victoria, Australia. Keefer grew up on a property in a rural town in south Gippsland. He was always outside exploring and finding adventures with his 2 sisters Chloe and Aaliyah.
He has always loved skateboarding, bike riding, surfing, playing on his trampolines. He comes from no ordinary family - his dad Pete is a pro golfer, sister Aaliyah also skateboards to a high level and enjoys gymnastics. Chloe is following in her dad's footsteps and plays golf.
Keefer's dad Pete (also known as the coolest dad ever!) and some of Pete's friends built a Megaramp on the property. Pete has a passion for extreme sports and growing the big air scene.
It is no ordinary skate ramp - measuring 100m long, it's one of the biggest in the world with a roll in about 15 metres high! It is built to X Games specs and professional skateboarders travel from around the globe to skate it.
When Keefer was 11 he started training on the Megaramp with 2 legends of skating Jake Brown and Tas Pappas.
He made it big when he was invited to the X-Games Sydney in 2018! He was the youngest athlete to compete in Sydney and one of X-Games youngest ever athletes.
That same year Keefer was invited to tour with Nitro Circus. In the latest Nitro Circus You Got This Tour in Australia, Keefer even skated alongside his sister Aaliyah.
With Covid shutting things down Keefer has been training on his Megaramp at home getting ready for when competitions get back into full swing.
His dream is to get a gold medal at X-Games and to compete for Australia in the Olympics.
Keefer now has his very own Jumpflex trampoline in his backyard which he's been using to warm up and train for his jumps.
Keefer we're so stoked to have you as a Jumpflex Ambassador!
Here are some of Keefer's awesome achievements!
2018 - competed in X-Games Sydney
2018 - invited to tour with Nitro Circus - youngest to go on a full tour
2019 - competed in Big Air at X-Games Shanghai
2019 - competed in Big Air at X-Games Minneapolis
2019 - landed his first 900 on the Megaramp, one of only 3 Australians to land this