World's top female snowboarders come to Squaw for Miss Superpark
Published on Apr 20, 2012 - 2:00:11 PM
April 20, 2012 - Starting on Monday, April 23, the eighth installment of Miss Superpark is coming to Squaw Valley. More than fifty of the world's top female riders are making the trip to North Lake Tahoe to hit some of this year's most creative and progressive park features. Gretchen Bleiler, Erin Comstock, Jenny Jones, Jamie Anderson, Kimmy Fasani, Enni Rukajärvi, Jess Kimura, Kelly Clark and many more are getting ready to invade Squaw Valley and open up a new chapter in women's snowboarding. To see some of the video highlight's from last year's event, check out SnowboarderMag.com.
As noted by Grind Networks, "Miss Superpark is dedicated to showcase the world's best female riders on the world's best terrain created by the world's best park building teams." The features for Miss Superpark were built by Squaw Valley's terrain park crew,led by industry veteran Jessica Richitelli – one of the only female terrain park managers in the nation– in conjunction with Snow Park Technologies (SPT). Squaw Valley and SPT joined up this winter season to take Squaw's terrain parks to the next level.
Miss Superpark is the most highly acclaimed women's specific event in the snowboard industry. Snowboarder Magazine has been continually developing the event in support of women's snowboarding and the evolution of their sport, and each year these ladies push their level of riding to new heights. Miss Superpark is supported in print/online by Snowboarder Magazine and Grind Networks.
Spectators can check out the action at Squaw next week Monday, April 23 through Thursday, April 26. The best viewing will be off of Squaw Valley's Siberia and Gold Coast chairlifts.
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