Maya Gaberia (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) charges into the biggest wave ever ridden by a woman at Praia do Norte, Nazaré, Portugal on January 18, 2018.

Video by Nuno Dias. The wave was measured at 68 feet on the face by the WSL Big Wave Awards judging panel has been given the official GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS

title for the Largest Wave Ridden (unlimited) - Female.

 

Skateboarding is one of the hardest sports out there! Cheryl and Sarka determent and push them selves constantly to grow and learn at all the activities they do!

 

As they love being active and the challenge

 

This Episode - Nice action photos for instagrams don't come easy - Learning is a process - Learning is painful sometimes

 

 

 

British Ski & Snowboard is saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Ellie Soutter, 18.

 

Ellie was one of the country’s best up-and-coming snowboarders, competing in both snowboard cross and freeride.

 

A bronze medallist in snowboard cross at the 2017 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival in Erzurum, Turkey, Ellie claimed Team GB’s only medal of the event.

 

It is sad to see that what should have been a great video about a great athlete, X-Games used photos from at least one amazing skate lady in the world that we know.

 

In their segment about that "companies want to see girls look like girls" they are showing random photos stolen from the internet. If the company assumption is true or not we let that be for now.

What sad is, after this being said, they are showing a couple of photos of ladies skateboarding and posing. One of these ladies is Andrea Wilshusen from Spain. 

 

The Mystic Skate Cup 2018 was a blast again. Twenty-Nine ladies were at the start of this years World Cup. Mystic Cup is the contest you want to win, it's history, the place and the size of this event makes it so unique in the world.

 

Keet Oldenbeuving scored her 4th major win this season and we can say it is her year. Last weekend she also became second at the Graz skate cup. 

It was the battle of the lowlands in the final, between Keet Oldenbeuving (NL), Lore Bruggeman(BE) and Roos Zwetsloot also from the Netherlands.

 

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