Jamie O'Brien (Athlete), born on June 9, 1983 in Kahuku, Hawaii, USA. Jamie O'Brien's age 38 years & Zodiac Sign Gemini, nationality American (by birth) & Race/Ethnicity is White. Let's check, How Tall is Jamie O'Brien?
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Jamie O'Brien Height
6 Feet 1 Inches (185 cm/1.85 m)
|Height & Weight|
|Height (in Feet-Inches)||6 Feet 1 Inches|
|Height (in Centimeters)||185 cm|
|Height (in Meters)||1.85 m|
|Weight (in Kilograms)||88 kg|
|Weight (in Pounds)||194 lbs|
Jamie O'Brien Body Measurements
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Jamie O'Brien FAQs
Where is Jamie O'Brien today?
Jamie is now a free surfer, meaning he’s not chasing contest wins or world titles. He’s out traveling the world filming stunning video footage of surfing in epic locales that’s capturing an audience worldwide.
Why did Jamie O'Brien stop competing?
So in 2005, he essentially gave up the contest scene. He still dabbled in contests when the moment struck, but he mainly focused on creating a new genre of professional surfing – freesurfing. “I have fun filming and traveling and making memories that will last forever,” he says.
Has Jamie O'Brien won the Pipe Masters?
In 2004, O’Brien defeated Sunny Garcia, Kalani Robb, and Bruce Irons to win the prestigious Rip Curl Pro Pipeline Masters.
Did Jamie O'Brien get hurt?
Jamie injured his knee during a bad fall while surfing Pipeline. Red Bull linked him up with DISC, the official medical provider for Red Bull North America. DISC’s reputation as a leading care provider for professional athletes quelled some of Jamie’s pre-surgery nerves.
James Duncan O’Brien is a professional surfer from North Shore, Hawaii. O’Brien has said that he was fortunate as a child to grow up near the Banzai Pipeline. He is one of the youngest surfers ever to win a Pipeline Masters. Jamie’s father, Australian Mick O’Brien, was a life guard. Jamie has said that one of the things that got him interested in surfing was talking to many of the regular surfers on his dad’s beach. His contest accomplishments include the Pipeline Masters in 2001, which he took 4th place after just recovering from a groin injury. He also gained first place at the 2003 Hansen’s Pipeline Pro in 2003 and at 21 years of age, first place in the 2004 Fosters Expression Trestles and the Rip Curl Pipeline Masters. O’Brien produced two surfing films, Freakshow and Freakside. He also appeared in Step into Liquid and Blue Crush. In 2005 O’Brien received Surfer magazine’s Boost Breakthrough Performer of the Year Award for an up-and-coming athlete with an impact on the sport for years to come.Read Full Biography Wikipedia