Close search. Free Shipping to the USA! There are several types of sponsorships. The answer to becoming sponsored is to start at the bottom and work your way up. As is true with all of the tiers, we will be looking for improvement in skating ability, and, most importantly, a core love of skating. Although we will be putting our best efforts toward every aspect of the lifestyle, including competitions, shows, and so many of the stunning opportunities in the world of skating, we must, also, have a DIY attitude that projects the fact that we are independent, capable, and having a blast! This is a person who is enters an agreement with an organization or company to represent a brand in a positive light and by doing so help to increase brand awareness and sales.
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Amateur Skateboarding Contests and Events at The Boardr
In the last few years we have seen several skaters listed as Amateur by their sponsoring companies that have a history of skating in one or more sanctioned WCS Professional events. Some of these skaters have continued to advertise themselves as Amateurs and continued to compete in Amateur events. It is the intention of World Cup Skateboarding to get the word out to the skaters and their sponsors exactly what determines an Amateur skaterboarder and how one can keep his amateur status. For the past 5 years World Cup Skateboarding has kept Professional Skateboarding Rankings for street and vert, based on the main professional contests in North America and Europe. Last year we listed over pro skaters for street and 80 pro skaters for vert. Quite simply, if you enter a pro contest and skate, you receive points and are listed in the rankings. The exception to the rule, is if a skater is entered in an Open Contest as an Amateur.
10 Amateur Skateboarders You Need To Know About Right Now
All rights reserved. With a powerful style and a love for the East Coast aesthetic, Mark Suciu etched his place on this list with his online video part "Cross Continental. In a time when there are not enough hours in the day to watch all the new skating that goes online, it's rare that an amateur on a big company comes up out of nowhere. Stevie Perez did it the old-fashioned way in with a stream of steady coverage and a standout video part in "Pretty Sweet. When you get into the skateboard industry at a young age, there are a slew of things that could easily derail you from becoming a pro.
With the recent Olympic developments and lots of professional events going on-from the recently finished X Games to the upcoming Vans Pro Skate Park Tour-competition fever is in the air. Competing yourself. The problem is that finding good amateur skate contests can be tough.