AUSTIN (KXAN) - As the X Games head to the heart of Texas from the glitz of Los Angeles, Bob Burnquist will be someone to look out for.
The oakley YouTube video of one of "the most influential skateboarders the industry has ever seen" had nearly 1 million views as of 8:15 a.m.
That may be because it features the multigold medalist's so-called "Dreamland," where he practices in his Southern California backyard. It's also where "many of his contributions to skateboarding were born."
The new webisode series, called "The Dreamland Series," gives Burnquist's fans exclusive access to his private and creative domain.
You'll want to check out the video with some truly amazing angles, especially the one in the very beginning that highlights his hike up the flight of stairs to the top of it all.
In-Depth: Burnquist's feats
He's no stranger to gold, most recently in the X Games Spain.
In 2013, X Games Barcelona, Burnquist grabbed more 2 feats, according to Wiki.
One of them was being the first skater ever with a 4-peat gold in Skateboard Big Air, and the second one was tying BMX legend Dave Mirra with 24 X Games career medals as the most medals gained by an athlete in the history of the X Games.
In 2013 X Games Munich, Burnquist continued to make history as he became the competitor with most medals ever with 25, grabbing another gold medal in Skateboard Big Air making it a 5-peat record.
Burnquist has appeared in every X Games, winning 25 medals in 51 events.
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