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Underexposed explores the past, present and future of women’s skateboarding. It focuses on the current uprise of female skaters by featuring footage of girls ripping all over the world.

The film couples skate footage with interviews from the top marketing and media professionals of the skateboarding industry. Interviews include the heads of: Thrasher, TransWorld, Etnies, Osiris, Toy Machine and Hoopla.

By exploring the business side of skateboarding, Underexposed seeks to figure out how to generate more opportunities for women in skateboarding.

A private, advance screening on August 1st at 7 PM in Long Beach.

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Cooler Magazine interviewed German skateboarder Lisa Schairer to  get more info on how she got into skating, favorite places to skate and working at DC Shoes HQ.  View full interview online at cooler.mpora.com.

 

Divas Skatera is putting on a "Best Sequence Divas Skateras" contest for the Brazilian girls.  Deadline for video submission is July 17, 2012.  For video and more infor please visit www.divaskateras.com.

 

Julz Lynn Kindstrand has set out on a mission to skate over 1550 miles to raise funds for Grind For Life and Keep A Breast Foundation.  Her journey began in Huntington Beach, California on July 5, 2012 and her goal is to skate all the way to Lincoln City, Oregon for the World Cup Skateboarding Oregon Trifecta on August 10 while skating as many skateparks as she can along the way.

Follow her journey on JulzSk8s Northwest Facebook Page

 

More info about her trip at links below:

www.keep-a-brest.org
www.s-onehelmets.blogspot.com

Donate to her cause:
Grind For Life
Keep A Breast Foundation

Osiris is releasing a Leticia Bufoni pro model shoe in the near future!  The first samples just came in and Leticia will be skating them in the X Games this Friday.  Ask your local shop to order you a pair!

 

More info at www.osirisshoes.com once available.

"Cops and concrete: the two realities in street skating don't distinguish between male and female. Skateboarders go to spots knowing they run the risk of being harassed by authorities and brutalized by the terrain if they don't stick their landings. But for the most part, that's where the parity ends. Thousands of kids dream of getting sponsored and receiving that coveted box of product in the mail, but chances are slim that they'll have the talent or the footage to get noticed. Chances are even slimmer if you're a girl." - Robin Fleming, espn.com

 

Full article at www.espn.go.com.

B4BC (Boarding for Breast Cancer) is thrilled to announce their elite roster of pro team riders. In addition to capturing news headlines for achievements in competition and film, these women have demonstrated a commitment to B4BC’s mission of promoting a healthy, active lifestyle as the best means for breast cancer prevention.

 

Members of B4BC’s Pro Athlete Roster include:

· Surf – Courtney Conlogue, Liz Clark, Sage Erickson and Malia Manuel
· Skate – Mimi Knoop and Allysha Bergado
· Snow – Elena Hight, Kimmy Fasani and Hana Beaman
· Wake – Tarah Mikacich

 

“We are so honored to have such wonderful athletes and role models representing B4BC,” said Erika Seward, executive director, B4BC. “These beautiful ladies embody the B4BC spirit of being your own advocate, following your passions, and living in a healthy, responsible way. Together, we look forward to collaborating on current and future projects that inspire and support young women, girls and those personally affected by breast cancer.”

 

Many of B4BC’s team riders gathered together last week at Leo Carrillo State Park in Malibu, Calif. to celebrate their involvement and participate in B4BC’s Be Healthy. Get Active. Ride! campaign shoot. The campaign, which features Conlogue, Erickson, Knoop, Bergado, Hight and Beaman, will launch this Fall as part of B4BC’s Breast Cancer Prevention Month efforts. Havoc TV was on-site to capture the day and offers an exclusive look here.

 

The B4BC Outreach Experience hits the road this summer to educate young people about breast health and prevention with B4BC team riders scheduled to appear. Dates will include the X Games Los Angeles 2012 (June 28-July 1), Warped Tour (June – August), the US Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach (July 28-Aug. 5) and more.

 

For more information about B4BC’s programs and events, follow us on Twitter, become a fan on Facebook or go to www.b4bc.org.

 

 

Cooler Magazine tracked down German skateboarder Anna Kruse to talk about getting on board and dealing with injuries.  View full interview online at cooler.mpora.com.

 

"Allysha Bergado is only 15 and she’s done more in her seven years skating, than most people do in their lifetimes. She’s competed in the X Games and the Dew Tour, and even educates young women on health issues. This bowl-shredder has the talent, focus and personality to make an impact on girls and boys around the globe. As if that isn’t enough she does amazing in school and somehow manages to have a life by balancing her academics, skateboarding and travels. Allysha talks about a range of topics from what she does for fun to how she’s adjusting to contests altogether eliminating the girls sections." - Poweredge

 

Read the full interview online at www.poweredgemagazine.com.

 

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