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Name  Anthony Engelen

Role  Skateboarder
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Sponsors  Vans, Alien Workshop, Independent Truck Company
Movies  Mind Field, The DC Video - Deluxe Edition, 411VM Presents: 10 Years of Skateboarding
Similar People  Jason Dill, Rob Dyrdek, Ken Block, Jim Thiebaud

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Anthony Van Engelen (born November 20, 1978) is an American professional skateboarder.

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Early life

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Van Engelen was born in San Diego, California, United States (US).

Professional skateboarding

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Van Engelen's first sponsor was Volcom, but his first board sponsor was Channel One Skateboards. He was then sponsored by 23 Skateboards.

Alien Workshop

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Van Engelen attained professional status with Alien Workshop skateboards as his deck sponsor in 1999 at the age of 21. His first full video part was in 411VM. He then shared a part with Jason Dill in Transworld's Feedback in 1999, and then had a full part in 2000 for Alien Workshop's Photosynthesis to the song Search and Destroy by Iggy Pop and The Stooges; In 2003 he released a part for The DC Video. In 2013, it was announced that both Van Engelen, as well as fellow rider, Jason Dill, had left Alien Workshop to start their own skateboard company

Vans

Van Engelen was sponsored by DC Shoes, but in December 2005 he quit that team to join Vans. In July 2009 he was named by Transworld Magazine "Best Video Part" for Mindfield Alien Workshop, "Best Team" Alien Workshop.

SOTY 2015

Van Engelen won Thrasher's 2015 Skater of the Year Award.

Sponsors

His sponsors include Vans, FA, Independent Trucks, and Spitfire.

On May 1, 2013, he left Alien Workshop, along with fellow team rider Jason Dill.

References

Anthony Van Engelen Wikipedia


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