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Evelien Bouilliart Biography

Birthdate: January 30, 1990
Birthplace: Aalter, Belgium

This Belgium native is simply electric when she steps on a skateboard. Kidzworld has the bio on this rising action sports star!

Career

Evelien first picked up a skateboard when she was just 10 years old. Despite being one of the only girls in the skateboarding circuit in Belgium, Evelien embraced the sport regardless. She broke into the worldwide spotlight in 2005, where she won the Prague Mystic Cup and the Girls Push Jam in Munich as well as placing second in the X-Games. She showed a lot of consistency by winning the Girls Push Jam again the following year and winning the Prague Mystic Cup in 2007.

Riding Style

Evelien has the ability to make hard tricks seem routine. Although she is known for her rail skills she has improved on her flips. She loves to do the Flip fs board and blunt. She also tends to do 360 degree flips on slides and grinds.

Personality

Evelien has a very outgoing personality. Her unique style is evident when you see her skate in competitions or videos. Although she loves to talk to her peers and fans, she is more reserved when giving interviews. She is very honest, but tends to give short and to-the-point answers.

Did U Know?

  • Evelien Bouilliart is sponsored by Etnies, Element, Von Zipper, Nixon and Rockstar Bearings.
  • Evelien Bouilliart's favorite band is Paramore.
  • Evelien Bouilliart's favorite pro skater is Corey Duffel.
  • Evelien Says...

    "I still skate because I'm young and don't know what to do. And I like skateboarding. I don't think I'll quit."

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