yes of course
to get paid, get free product and clothes
by winning competitions and getting endorsements
yes some stunts they do do. they do skateboard.
you don't many professional skateboarders dropped out of high school for example p-rod
black, faded-black beige, or white
no, in fact most are from Spain and south America
Professional skateboarders can make $6000 a month, which is $72,000 per year. The money comes primarily from sponsorships and advertisements.
The very best professional skateboarders make from $500,000 to $1 million per year. Professional skaters at the mid-level earn from $50,000 to $100,000 per year.
Danny and Colin, the two founding creators/owners/professional skateboarders of DC Shoes.
tony hawk. shaun white. Ryan sheckler
Skateboarding doesn't pay in itself, but professional skateboarders get tons of money though sponsors, who have their logo in the skater's skateboard.
The first skateboarders are.....(refresh page)
A sponser helps pay for props or anything, sponsors are used in all sports, an example professional skateboarders have sponsors to pay for all there equipment.
Goofy Skateboarders lead with their left foot and normal skaters lead with their right foot
well....soince theirs about 100-200 pros i'd say about 75-125??
In professional no. But yeah! Many autistic people SB just for fun! it helps their brain function wel! Thanks! -Megan:}
There are approximatl 13,000 skateboarders in the United Kingdom and counting
Ryan Sheckler has been skateboarding since he was a kit. In 2004, professional skateboarders Daewon Song and Rodney Mullen founded a company together and because Sheckler helped to put the company together, he was promoted to professional status.
They take there own vans. Others stay in one place.. like the Fakie Antalax's, who stay in Florida and dont travel. There not a big deal around the world because they dont travel, most likely for the fact they dont have a van. So most Skateboarders travel by van to not be noticed.
Enjoi skateboards are a popular brand for both amateur and professional skateboarders. They can be purchased directly from the Enjoi website and distributors like Warehouse Skateboards and Amazon.
There are many professional skateboarders, all with varying degrees of earning potential. However, those somewhere in the middle earn 50,000 to 100,000 a year, while the most successful skaters make up to a million annually.
Hmm, for skateboarders in particular: Adobe Premiere Pro or NewTek SpeedEdit -- of course, these are also good for professional video editors, soccer moms, or, well, pretty much anyone. So, any good video editing software will do for skateboarding just as well as for any other type of video.