Australia’s Shane O’Neill has a skill set that is beyond compare and getting that to sync up when it’s all on the line in Street League has been something he’s been continuously working at. Year after year, he has been improving statistically and showing signs that it’s coming together for him in Street League. In 2010, he won the Las Vegas stop. At the 2011 Seattle stop, he had his best showing of the year by placing second. In 2012, he finished in 12th overall but made the 9 Club with a 9.5. In 2013, he finished in 7th overall but his average trick score went up nearly three points from the previous year to 7.4. At the Portland stop, he earned a 9.9 (tied for the highest scored trick in Street League history with Nyjah Huston) for a switch double 360 flip. The following year, 2014, was his most consistent Street League season. He finished 4th overall with an average trick score of 8.2 and his highest scored trick was a scorching 9.8. The way he’s been progressing shows that he could be ready to have a breakout season in 2015.