Ms. Superpark: Sun, Slush and Progression

Snowboarder Magazine has always been a huge advocate for women’s snowboarding. Ms. Superpark is an event to give the top women in snowboarding an opportunity to come together and push themselves with features built specifically for progression and creativity.

After a long season of contests, or for me back-country, this event is always something I look forward to attending. This year due to a lack of snow at the originally scheduled location of Seven Springs, PA, Ms. Superpark was quickly rescheduled and moved to Squaw Valley, CA. With about 50 of the world’s best female snowboarders coming to Tahoe to session the sick setup, ultimate views, and the fully blossoming springtime, this event is destined to be a winner.
After just two days on the slopes, there have been some big steps in progression for women’s riding. Ladies of all ages have been throwing down big 720’s, corked 540’s, and styley 360’s on the double line of jumps, and the creativity has sparked in the jib line with epic combos, tweaked out handplants, and tranny-finding transfers.
Already I am thoroughly impressed with all the ladies riding and being able to ride with such a powerful and motivated group of women is humbling and so inspiring. Something about this event brings out the best in our abilities and for that I am so thankful for Snowboarder Magazine’s support in us.
Below is a personal recap from the past couple days and for more photos and coverage from this years Ms. Superpark event, check in with

Picture perfect setup with Lake Tahoe in the background of the jump line.

Sina Candrian taking a quick 5’er after a fun morning session

Lake Tahoe is the perfect dipping place after a warm, slushy day on the hill

Drying out the gear before a sunset shoot has never been easier with the high 70F temps

Gondala ride with Enni Rukajarvi, Spencer O’Brien, and Elena Hight

Quite the crew of ladies for a Sunset Shoot: Stefi Luckston, Me, Elena Hight, Spencer O’Brien, Possum Torr, Izzy, Enni Rukajarvi

Sunset Shoot wrapped just in time for the clouds to start rolling in. Serious progression session at dusk.