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Cooler Magazine just posted a Pro Chat with Mimi Knoop!

"I think these new media outlets and magazines are great for the girls when they come around. But I wouldn’t suggest waiting around for them to give us exposure – we all need to take our own initiative and promote / market ourselves."

Read full artile at cooler.mpora.com!

Mahfia TV

MAHFIA.COM, a digital hub for female action sports culture and lifestyle announces MAHFIA.TV, a web based TV channel featuring original content for women’s skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing and wakeboarding.


MAHFIA TV viewers will be immersed into the lives of the MAHFIA team and friends with an exclusive perspective as they travel the globe “killin it softly.” New episodes will premiere weekly.


Check out MAHFIA.TV now!

Huck Magazine Anywhere Road Exhibition

HUCK has teamed up with Copson St for new photography exhibition, Anywhere Road, at 71a gallery on Leonard St, London UK from October 25-29, 2012.


Also supported by DC and Nikita, it presents photos that cut to the core of skateboarding life by girls who skate.


It features photos from Maria Falbo, Jenna Selby, Alana Paterson, Sarah Meurle, Sophie Allen, Lisa Kindberg, Michelle Pezel and Louisa Menke.

For more info visit huckmagazine.com.



"Inspired by a resurgent skate community and a series of exciting projects, we dispatched our Culture Correspondent Nina Hoogstraate to investigate the other side of skateboarding – the women. Were they (as with other sports) sidelined as per tradition, or did skateboarding offer a forward-thinking and equality-driven environment in which sportsmen and women compete and practice side-by side? We’ll find out as the week unfolds and we talk to the boardwomen who skate, dream and inspire…" - Planet Notion


Links to interviews below:

Amelia Brodka, born in Poland but raised in the US, a full time skateboarder and documentary film-maker behind ‘Underexposed’, the story of how women in skateboarding are not as widely publicized as male skateboarders in the industry. Nina Hoogstraate talked to Amelia about her introduction to skateboarding, her inspiration to make the film, and how the industry is changing.

Jenna Selby is a British skateboarder, documentary filmmaker and founder of Rogue Skateboards. Back in 2008 she created the first European female skate film called ‘As If, And What?’ and is now working on a second film, ‘Scratch the Surface’ which will focus on established riders as well as girls who are part of the emerging skate scenes in countries such as Afghanistan, China and Russia. Jenna talks to us about her experiences when she first started; founding her label Rogue Skateboards, and the mums’ that are getting more excited about riding a skateboard than their kids.

Editor of Sidewalk Magazine, Ben talks about his experience with women in the skateboarding industry, and gives us a guy’s perspective on women in skateboarding.

Mimi Knoop: professional skateboarder, artist, co-founder of hoopla skateboards and The Alliance, and 5 time X Games medal winner. This girl has it all! She chats to us about getting recognition as a female skateboarder, her and Cara-Beth Burnside’s success (personal and professional), and encouraging women and girls to pick up a skateboard to make the movement of women skateboarders larger and acknowledged properly!

Lisa is an American skateboarder and founder of the Girls Skate Network, a website where you can find all things about women in skateboarding. Lisa explains the origins and purpose of the website, her childhood and skateboarding, as well as giving her opinions as to why the industry is growing to support women more, and how and why women and men have different coverage.

Frauke Meyn and Erika Kinast from Skateistan talk local skateshops giving them discounts, skateboarding as a tool for development and the changes they have seen with girls/women in skateboarding. Frauke is the programs manager at Skateistan; based in Berlin, she first began working at Skateistan as a volunteer in Kabul. She followed that up by devoting another 6 months at Skateistan Cambodia as the project advisor. She now works for Skateistan full time and has been involved and active in boardsports for 10 years. Erika first got involved with skateboarding in 2004, and she put her good skills and knowledge to use in Skateistan in Afghanistan, working as a volunteer. She is a born Canadian but is now based in Berlin, working as the fundraising coordinator at Skateistan whilst completing her MA in English Language, Literature and Culture.


b4bc skate the coast

Boarding For Breast Cancer (B4BC) Skate the Coast starts at 8:00AM!  Mimi Knoop, Allysha Bergado, Nora Vasconcellos and Lizzie Armanto will be skating the 18-mile marathon that promotes an active lifestyle while raising awareness and funds for B4BC's education and support programs. Come out and longboard, bike, or skate for Boarding for Breast Cancer on September 29!

Visit for www.b4bc.org for more info.


Poseiden Foundation West Coast Tour Finale 2012! Attention All Ladies! Come Skate The Berrics September 15th from 12:00PM-3:00PM.

RSVP at contact info above for details.


"On the morning of Saturday September 8th a suicide attack in Kabul claimed the lives of a number of young Afghans. The bomb was detonated outside of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) HQ, where many of the street working children of Kabul sell trinkets, scarves and chewing gum to help support their families.

We are very sad to learn that of the six young children confirmed to have passed away, four of them were students, volunteers and youth leaders at Skateistan, who were well-loved and well-known faces for the entire team in Kabul. It is therefore with great pain and heavy hearts that we share our memories of children who were not just victims of senseless violence, but also beautiful human beings who will never be forgotten by their teachers, peers, co-workers, students, friends or family." - Skateistan

Visit www.skateistan.org to view shared memories of the young victims and donate to the Emergency Fund set up to provide assistance to Skateistan students and their families in times of need.


"I’ve been running into Kristi for years at skateparks all around Southern California. She is always out there pushing herself, having fun, and only doing it for the love of skateboarding. Recently, she has taken that love along with a do-it-yourself attitude and poured herself (and her money) into a new eyeglass company called TIMBER." - Radballs

Read Kristi's 13 questions at www.radballs.com.


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