Matt Berger started skating when he was five in his hometown Kamloops of British Columbia, Canada. Matt first got sponsored when he was ten, won his first major contest, 2009 Damn Am Canada, when he was 16 and got on Flip Skateboards in 2011 when he was 18. In 2014 Matt skated the SLS Pro Open and made history as the first Am to qualify into SLS. In his rookie year, he made it to the Finals at every contest and was the first rookie to ever qualify into the Championship where he ended up in 5th place above SLS veterans like Paul Rodriguez & Shane O’Neill. After a strong year Matt turned Pro for Flip in 2015 and had a good year in SLS with two top ten finishes. In 2016 Matt unfortunately sat out the season with an injury, but came back strong in 2017, with some solid skating.
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