Photo: Rome Torti.
We are proud to induct Andrew Currie into the Slam Hall of Fame.
Simply put, Cuzza is an unstoppable force in Australian skateboarding. He's the only skateboarder to have been consistently covered in Slam since the magazine's inception in 1988, and shows absolutely no sign of slowing down. A full speed ripper who has tackled every type of terrain throughout his close-to-30 years on a board, plus he's a top bloke to boot. As voted by you, Cuzza joins previous Hall of Fame inductees, Dustin Dollin (2012) and Matt Mumford (2013).
Read Andrew's full story in his Where Are They Now? feature inside Slam issue 197 – available here.
Enjoy some of Currie's Slam coverage over the years below.
Jump ramp judo air, Pizzey, 1988. Printed in Slam issue 4. Photo: John Mills.
Ollie, Sydney, cover of Slam issue 29, 1995. Photo: Mike O'Meally.
Crailslide, Pizzey bowl, 2002, cover of Slam issue 70. Photo: Dave Adair.
Frontside carve, The Pothole, cover of Slam issue 74, 2002. Photo: Steve Gourlay.
Frontside tailslide, Sydney, 2006, cover of Slam issue 116. Photo: Dave Chami.
Frontside air, USA, 2013. Photo: Jason Morey.
Nosegrab backside tailslide, USA, 2013. Photo: Jason Morey.
Frontside wallride, Melbourne, 2013. Photo: Marcello Guardigli.
Backside air, Gold Coast, 2013. Photo: Darren Kirby.
Ice pick, USA, 2013. Photo: Jason Morey.