Brighton Zeuner

Brighton Zeuner

Brighton Zeuner Bio

Brighton Zeuner is an American athlete- a professional skateboarder. She got immense popularity after joining the OG Betty skateboarding team at the age of ten. She began her journey at the age of four. She also won the Vans 2015 Girls Combi Contest. She holds two X Games gold medals in a skateboard park, with her first title (2017), calling her the youngest champion in X Games history at just over 13 years old.

Brighton is sponsored by Vans, Bones Wheels, Skeleton Key, Mfg, 187 Killer Pads, S-1 Helmets, Stance, Bones Bearings, and McGills Skateshop.

Brighton is one among the 16 members of the inaugural U.S.A Skateboarding National Team announced on March 2019. She is selected to compete to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games in the Women’s Park division.

Brighton Zeuner Bio
NameBrighton Zeuner
Real NameBrighton Zeuner
Nick NameZeuner 
ProfessionIndian Skateboard
Famous ForAmerican teenage Skateboard
International Debut- Tokyo Olympics 2020 (2021)
Personal Information
Date of BirthJuly 14, 2004 
Age (as in 2021)17 years
BirthplaceScottsdale, Arizona
Zodiac signCancer
HometownEncinitas, Calif.
HobbiesShopping for thrift store clothing, making jewelry, Belle Dancing, Playing softball, Writing stories and songs, Reading, hanging out with her friends, riding bikes with friends to the beach, singing, playing guitar, fashion design and eating in her neighborhood
Food HabitSushi, poke bowls and ramen.
Physical Status
Height (approx.)5’2
Weight (approx.)110 lb (50 kg)
Body Measurements (B-C-W)30-24-26
Eye Colourblue-green
Hair ColourBrown
Education and More
SchoolSummit Academy (Newport Beach, California)
Educational QualificationHigh School Graduate (2021)
Family and Relationships
FatherBrandon Zeuner
MotherBridget Zeuner
SiblingsBrother: Jackson Zeuner
Marital StatusSingle
CoachMimi Knoop, USA women’s skateboarding
HonoursWomen's skateboarding Representing the  United States
Achievements2017- Became the youngest gold medalist of all-time at X Games Minneapolis when she won Women's Skateboard Park the day after her 13th birthday.
2018- Became the youngest back-to-back gold medalist with another win at X Games Minneapolis 2018.
Qualified for Tokyo Olympics 2020, to be held in 2021
World Championship Experience
Most recent: 2017 – silver
Years of participation: 2016, 2017
Medals: 2 (1 gold, 1 silver)
Gold – 2016
Silver – 2017
Net Worth/Salary/Assets
Net Worth (Approx.)$28,400 per year
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