Brighton Zeuner


Brighton Zeuner

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Hailing from San Diego, California, Brighton Zeuner proudly holds the inaugural 2016 and 2018 Vans Park Series Women’s Park Terrain World Championship titles. She is the one to beat the second she steps on her board in any contest. Already a two-time X-Games Gold Medalist, and a two-time VPS Park Terrain World Champion, Zeuner has accomplished a lifetime’s work in her career, all before she can legally drive a car. At the young age of 14, and with ambitions set high for the 2020 Olympic Games, Zeuner’s flawless trick execution proves her natural ability to land every maneuver with style and grace. Currently backed by Frog Skateboards, Brighton is known for her distinct taste and personal style and enjoys vintage thrifting in her spare time. Zeuner may as well be the future of the sport, an icon for inspiring women skateboarders, and Vans is proud to back her all the way to 2020 as she takes on the world stage.

HOMETOWN: San Diego, California
CURRENTLY RESIDES: Encinitas, California
DATE OF BIRTH: July 14, 2004
INSTAGRAM: @brightonzeuner

Vanguards | Style, Creativity and Skateboarding Their Own Way | VANSVanguards | Style, Creativity and Skateboarding Their Own Way | VANS

There’s a new movement happening in skateboarding, one where creativity wins and style matters – and Vans skateboarders Lizzie Armanto, Yndiara Asp, Mami Tezuka and Brighton Zeuner are leading the charge. Watch as each reflects on their skating and how they’re fired up by the desire to do things their own way.

Vans Park Series 2018 Rider Profile: Brighton Zeuner | Skate | VANS

14-year-old Brighton Zeuner has made a huge impression since she first appeared on the contest circuit four years ago. In 2016, Brighton became the first-ever Vans Park Series Women’s park terrain World Champion. In this episode of VPS Profiles, we visit Brighton at her home in San Diego, California, meet her family and brother Jack, learn how she got into skateboarding, how she approaches contest skating and what she hopes to achieve in the future.