Beatrice Domond

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Beatrice Domond
Personal information
Full nameBeatrice Domond
Born (1995-01-07) January 7, 1995 (age 26)
Miami, Florida, U.S.
Sport
SportSkateboarding

Beatrice Domond (born 1995) is a regular-footed American skateboarder from Miami, Florida.[1]

Early life and education[edit]

Domond moved to West Palm Beach, Florida when she was 5.[2] She started skating at the age of 7.[3] Domond earned her associates degree from Florida Atlantic University.[3][2]

Skateboarding career[edit]

As a young skater in South Florida, Domond began an email exchange with skateboard filmmaker Bill Strobeck.[2] She began sending him short clips of her skating, which Strobeck started showing to other skaters including Jason Dill.[2] Domond gradually gained a fanbase within a small community of professional skateboarders, mostly based in NYC.[2] Through the support of Jason Dill and Bill Strobeck, Beatrice got on Fucking Awesome's skate team.[2] Beatrice received her first box from FA in September, 2013.[4] In May 2018, Dill officially put Beatrice on the FA team as a sponsored amateur.[4]

In 2014, Domond performed a trick, a no-comply impossible, in the Supreme 'cherry' video by Bill Strobeck.[5] The following year in 2015, Domond made the list of 5 young female skaters to watch out for by I-D Magazine. She was listed alongside Allysha Bergado, Alana Smith, Anne-Sophie Julien, and Leo Baker.[6]

In 2016, Domond made the list of Girls Who Shred: 5 Stylin' Female Skateboarders to Follow on Instagram Now published by Vogue.[7] In 2018, Domond modeled for Thom Browne's Golf Collection.[8]

In 2019, she appeared in the Boys Of Summer 2 video by Logan Lara.[9] She appeared in the 2019 Supreme video CANDYLAND directed by William Strobeck.[10] Domond's tricks follow Cher Strauberry's appearance in the video.[10]

In 2020, Domond featured on the cover of the December issue of Juice skateboarding magazine.[4]

Her sponsors include Fucking Awesome, Vans, Supreme, Venture, Spitfire, and Boys of Summer.[11][12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BEATRICE—Uber & 90 Seconds Short Film". The Berrics.
  2. ^ a b c d e f Trip, Skater Ladies Road (July 22, 2015). "Beatrice Domond from Boca Raton, FL". Medium. Retrieved March 15, 2019.
  3. ^ a b "Interview: Beatrice Domond". CHPO Brand. April 4, 2017.
  4. ^ a b c Murphy, Jim (December 2020). "Beatrice Domond". Juice Magazine. 77: 24.
  5. ^ "RACE, RELIGION & SKATEBOARDING WITH BEATRICE DOMOND". Jenkem Magazine. July 29, 2015.
  6. ^ Iseman, Courtney (July 14, 2015). "5 young female skaters to watch". I-D.
  7. ^ "Girls Who Shred: 5 Stylin' Female Skateboarders to Follow on Instagram Now". Vogue.
  8. ^ "Thom Browne Reimagines the Golf Uniform with New Capsule Collection". GUILD MAGAZINE. October 31, 2018.
  9. ^ "Boys Of Summer 2 skate video soundtrack - Video by Logan Lara". www.skatevideosite.com. Retrieved March 15, 2019.
  10. ^ a b "BE Skate Mag-Supreme | CANDYLAND Video". BE Skate Mag. Retrieved October 26, 2019.
  11. ^ Dazed (February 13, 2018). "These women of colour are the future of skateboarding". Dazed. Retrieved March 15, 2019.
  12. ^ Whitehead, Cindy. "Beatrice Domond Explains Why She Doesn't Quit Skateboarding". Retrieved March 15, 2019.

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