August 17, 1966
Mullen is credited with inventing the flatground
ollie (originally named the "ollie pop"), the kickflip
(originally called the "magic flip") in 1983, the heelflip,
the impossible and a long list of other original tricks
5th place in Boy's Freestyle at the US Open Championships at Kona Skatepark in Jacksonville (10 years old)
Sponsered by Walker Skateboards
Entered Oasis Pro at 14 and defeated World Champion Steve Rocco
Turned Pro as a member of Bones Brigade
Invented majority of skating ollie's and flip tricks including Flatground ollie, Kickflip and Heelflip
Left Bones Brigade and formed World Industries with Steve Rocco
Joined Plan B
Transitioned from Freestyle to Street and was showcased in Plan B's video "Questionable"
In Plan B's "Questionable" Vid, he introduces 2 new invented tricks "Kickflip Underflip" and "Casper Slide"
Started the A-Team after Plan B's Mike Tenasky unexpectedly dies (1994)
Mullen writes and releases autobiography entitled "The Mutt" How to skateboard and not kill yourself.
Voted All-Time Greatest Action Sports Athlete on Extreme Sports Channel.