It is, as they say, an absolute mood.
Eaton, 20, made history earlier today by becoming one of the first Olympic medallists in skateboarding, having taken bronze after the sport made its debut this year.
.@TeamUSA claims skateboarding bronze! :flag_us:
Jagger Eaton takes home the bronze medal in skateboarding's Olympic debut. #TokyoOlympic pic.twitter.com/C4Q7TLWXad
- #TokyoOlympics (@NBCOlympics) July 25, 2021
But his victory wasn't the only thing people were talking about, as the youngster also impressed viewers watching along at home with his seriously casual approach to competing - having made sure he had his AirPods in while he skated.
One person tweeted: "Jagger Eaton deserves the gold medal just for keeping his airpods in for the whole run."
Another wrote: "Jagger Eaton skating with his airpods in and finishing his heat in first place... legend behaviour."
A third commented: "Jagger Eaton competing in the #Olympics with AirPods in his ears is such a vibe."
A fourth fan added: "Jagger Eaton just vibing to the music while at the Olympics is a whole mood."
Jagger Eaton competing in the #Olympics with AirPods in his ears is such a vibe. #Tokyo2020 #TeamUSA pic.twitter.com/fvxPASwPQu
- Lauren (@iamtheweaver) July 25, 2021
jagger eaton skating with his airpods in and finishing his heat in first place .... legend behavior
- ً (@tyIersbandana) July 25, 2021
But many others wanted to know the same thing, with one writing: "I want to know what Jagger Eaton is listening to while he skates lmaoo."
Another person said: "Can someone pls ask Jagger Eaton to drop his Spotify playlist or sum I wanna know what he's listening to."
And it turns out there's something of an answer to that, with Mitch Carr, an anchor for Arizona's 12 News, tweeting to say he'd actually managed to ask him in a previous interview.
Carr wrote: "I've seen some folks ask what music Jagger Eaton is listening to after his air pods flew off during his street session. Here's what he told me last month."
In a clip posted alongside the tweet, Eaton revealed: "The music I listen to before I compete is a little bit of old country and rap."
He continued: "That comes from my roots, honestly. I grew up with all the old country artists and as far as new rap that's just a part of my life, I guess - just being in skateboarding."
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