Samarria Brevard was born on 22 September 1993 in Riverside, California, United States. She is a goofy-footed American skateboarder and musician. Samarria Brevard started his career as a musician and became a famous Musician at 27 years old.
In 2016 Samarria Brevard became the first Black woman ever to have a pro model board. Also, in 2017, she broke down barriers and became the first Black female to have a full part in skating. Samarria Brevard, with a humble attitude, and quiet, cool confidence, are all part of her personality will be the best point. Regarding minority descent, Knoop says, Samarria Brevard is the only African-American woman competing at a pro-level. At 13-year, she went to her Riverside home to find her brother on a skateboard. She immediately tries it for herself.
“I got on the board and had a lot of fun and thought, ‘I need to get me one of these,'” Brevard tells GOOD. “So, my mom got me one.”
|1||Age||28 years old Till 2021|
|2||Date of Birth||22 September 1993|
|8||Net Worth||$1 Million – $5 Million In 2021|
Skateboarding career of Samarria Brevard
In 2011, Brevard was first in the Supergirl Am Jam 2011 in Venice Beach, CA. This performance gave her a place on the Hoopla Skateboards team. In 2013, Brevard took 4th at the X Games in Los Angeles. In 2014, she took 10th at the X Games Austin. Also, in 2014, Brevard became the first African-American female skateboarder who won the Kimberly Diamond Cup Women’s Street Championship in South Africa.
In 2015, Brevard took place in the top ten in the Women’s Super Crown Championship at the Nike SB Street League Series Skateboarding. She placed 5th at the X Games 2016. In July 2017, Brevard took 2nd at the X Games Minneapolis 2017 in the Women’s Skateboard Street contest. Brevard executed a Tre Flip down an eight-stair drop in her last run.
Also, in 2017, she released a video part in Don’t Quit Your Day Job – directed by Erik Sandoval and Monique O’Toole; this is the first all-female skate film in the US in over a decade, released by Transworld Skateboarding. In 2018, Brevard released a video part in the Etnies skate video ‘ALBUM. In 2021, she participated in the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, the first USA Olympic skateboarding team.
Sponsors of Samarria Brevard
Survival in professional skateboarding depends on prize money and sponsorship. For women, finding mainstream sponsors can be challenging. Mimi Knoop, a professional skateboarder and founder of The Alliance, an association of professional women skateboarders and other action sports athletes, say Leticia Bufoni (Nike), Lizzie Armanto (Vans), and Nora Vasconcellos as the only female skateboarders in the world currently sponsored head to toe by major brands. Bronson Speed Co, Enjoi, Mob Grip, Ricta Wheels, NB Numeric, RSQ Skateshop are the sponsors of Samarria Brevard. Samarria proudly joined and turned pro for Enjoi skateboards, the most well-honored global teams. With her easygoing style and positive energy, the young veteran pushes the limits of women’s skateboarding.
As you know, Street skater and “contest skater are two different skill sets. For one, you need to be fearless, and it doesn’t hurt to have a bit of a masochistic side. For the other, need consistency and rare to excel in one area, rarer still to master both. Samarria is one of the rare breeds who can land on contests worldwide and land bolts on kickflips down double sets in the wild.