Og de Souza is a professional skateboarder from Olinda, Brazil. He is notable from other skateboarders in that he skateboards using only his hand. Born with a condition which caused his legs to stop developing at a young age, Oggy originally learned to skateboard as a way to get around, much like most people use a wheel chair. Many years of skateboarding under his belt (Og started around 1988), Souza began to incorporate the tricks of his contemporaries in his skateboarding, having to adapt them all to be done using the arms instead of the legs in a sitting position on the board.
Og de Souza is a contemporary of skateboarders Bob Burnquist and Nilton Neves. Burnquist features Og in a the documentary "The Reality of Bob Burquist". As Burnquist puts it, Souza became a skateboarder "to get from point a to point b".