Street skater, Stevie Williams
, took full advantage of his love for skateboarding to become one of the first Black extreme athletes sponsored by Reebok. At 30 years old, Stevie has kept his flashy and blinged out persona and has started his own line of Reebok gear called DGK (Dirty Ghetto Kids).
Most recently, Stevie will be one of the judges of the 2010 Afro-punk Battle for the Streets Competition at Commodore Barry Park on June 26th
, a skate competition sponsored by ESPN and Nike that will feature the top Black BMX and skateboarders from across the U.S.
Along with Stevie, pro skateboarder and entrepreneur, Kareem Campbell,
will also be a judge of the Afro-punk skate competition on June 26th. Pro BMX rider, Nigel Sylvester
, will be a featured judge at the Afro-punk festivals BMX competition on June 27th.