Sheckler “Firsthand” on Fuel TV

Catch Ryan Sheckler in an All New Episode of FUEL TV’s Original Series “Firsthand on Sunday, September 4, 2005

Debuting Sunday, September 4 at 9:00 PM Eastern time (6:00 PM Pacific time) and telecast seven additional times during the month, catch 15-year-old pro skateboarder Ryan Sheckler in FUEL TV’s original 30-minute series “Firsthand.

Sheckler’s “Firsthand episode provides a sneak peak into the San Clemente, California pro’s recent competitive efforts from his third-place finish at the 24th Munster Monster Mastership World Championships of Skateboarding, to his victory at the second stop of the Dew Action Sports Tour, The Right Guard Open in Denver, Colorado. Providing an inside look into Sheckler’s world, we’ll also follow him to a meeting with his clothing sponsor, Volcom, and watch as he participates in a spirited backyard skate session with his close friends.

September air times for “Firsthand — Ryan Sheckler:
Sunday – 09/04/2005 9:00 PM East / 6:00 PM West
Sunday – 09/04/2005 12:00 AM East / 9:00 PM West
Monday – 09/05/2005 9:00 PM East / 6:00 PM West
Wednesday – 09/07/2005 9:30 AM East / 6:30 AM West
Wednesday – 09/07/2005 8:30 PM East / 5:30 PM West
Wednesday – 09/07/2005 11:30 PM East / 8:30 PM West
Wednesday – 09/07/2005 2:30 AM East / 11:30 PM West
Friday – 09/30/2005 9:00 PM East / 6:00 PM West

Taking you into the daily lives of action sports athletes, “Firsthand provides exclusive footage and interviews with surfers, skateboarders, snowboarders and the like as they comb the globe for the perfect wave, a fresh pool or untracked powder. Experience their favorite local haunts and discover how they live off board or bike.

In a word, FUEL TV is action sports television. Ok that was six words, but you get the point. It’s your connection to what’s happening in skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing, BMX, freestyle motocross and wakeboarding. FUEL TV brings you the exclusive stories, unique personalities and the epic moments of action sports. You’ll hear new music, get inside riders’ heads, catch breaking news first, watch people fall down, get back up and do it all again. Maybe you live it. Maybe you don’t. What is the world is coming to? Tune in and see.