Supergirl Jam 2009 in Venice Beach


What do you get when you mix 75 degree heat, 80,000 pounds of freshly made snow, a 35-foot high snowboard ramp and truckloads of fresh manure?

Supergirl Jam Venice 2009

I donno what you get, but it is going to happen starting at 11am this Sunday, September 6th during the SuperGirl Jam on Ocean Front Walk near the new Venice Skate Park where Windward meets the beach. This all girls competition has some great talent coming down to show off and make a bid for 36k in prize money. Bring nose plugs, as some brain trust decided the best time to fertilize the grass with tons of manure was the week before the 80,000 pounds of snow came to visit. Here’s to you, Mr. Poop Slinging City Worker.

If you miss it in person, it will be streamed live on starting on Sunday at 3:30pET/12:30pPT.

The full list of competitors can be found in the press release after the “jump”.


Top Female Action Sports Athletes to Compete in Venice Beach on Labor Day Weekend

LOS ANGELES (August 31, 2009) – On September 6, the top female action sports athletes in snowboarding and inline skating will join their skateboarding counterparts in Venice Beach, CA, for the final stop in the 2009 Supergirl Jam event series. The Supergirl Jam is the action sports industry’s only large-scale, all-girls competition and lifestyle festival designed to promote female empowerment, strength, independence and leadership. The top athletes in skateboarding, snowboarding and inline will be competing for their share of the $36,000 total prize purse and the Supergirl Jam title in their respective sports.

The snowboard rail jam competition will take place on a 35-foot high snowboard mountain that will be created next to the beach with 80,000 pounds of freshly made snow. Two groups of 12 riders will compete in the preliminary round, with the top 12 advancing to a final round. The 12 finalists will compete for the prize purse as well as best trick bragging rights – which comes with a $1,000 bonus.

Laurie Currier (Incline Village, Calif.), the 2008 Supergirl Jam snowboard rail jam champion is back this year to defend her title against a field of elite snowboarders which includes 2007 X Games medalist Chanelle Sladics (Newport Beach, Calif.), and the youngest snowboard rail jam competitor, Indigo Monk (Manhattan Beach, Calif.). At 14-years-old, Monk is a prime example of Generation Snow, the youngsters taking the competition scene by storm.

The following professional snowboarders will be competing for this year’s gold medal:

Snowboard Rail Jam

Alexis Roland (Bloomington, MN)
Ashley Thornton (Bend OR)
Bryn Valaika (Laguna Beach, CA)
Chanelle Sladics (Newport Beach, CA)
Danyale Patterson (Anchorage, AL)
Desiree Melancon (Riverside, CA)
Elise Borelli (Palm Desert, CA)
Erika Vikander (Bozeman, MT)
Indigo Monk (Manhattan Beach, CA)
Jamie Madrid (Fontana, CA)
Laurie Currier (Incline Village, CA)
Madison Blackley (Park City, UT)
Melissa Evans (Bear Mountain, CA)
Nicki Slechta (Saugus, CA)
Nirvana Ortanez (La Jolla, CA)
Raewyn Reid (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
Randa Shahin (Mt. Hood, OR)
Silvia (Silli) Mittermuller (Munich, Germany)
Victoria Guinn (Placerville, CA)

The Supergirl Jam will also feature eight of the world’s best inline skaters competing in a best trick contest that will electrify the crowd with the pros’ fearlessness and artistry. With a line-up that includes 2008 Supergirl Jam Inline Rail Jam champion Chynna Weierstall (Roseville, Mich.), 2008 Action Sports World Championships Inline Skate Street gold medalist, Jenna Downing (Barnsley, England), and 7-time X-Games gold medalist Fabiola da Silva (Sao Paulo, Brazil), the competition is sure to be thrilling.

The Inline Best Trick contest will feature the following competitors:

Inline Best Trick

Aarin Gates (Camarillo, CA)
Katie Ketchum (Buffalo, NY)
Jenna Downing (Barnsley, England)
Fallon Heffernan (Jacksonville, FL)
Chynna Weierstall (Roseville, MI)
Fabiola da Silva (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Shannon Rodgers (Austin, TX)
Crissy Grasseli (Caxias do Sul, Brazil)

Previously announced, the Supergirl Jam street skateboarding competition will also be held on September 6 in Venice Beach. Pro skateboard street competitors include 2008 X-Games Champion Elissa Steamer (Ft. Myers, FL), Amy Caron (Huntington Beach, Calif.), Vanessa Torres (Orange County, Calif.), Lyn-z Adams Hawkins (Cardiff-by-the-sea, Calif.), Lacey Baker (Covina, Calif.), and Supergirl Pro-Am Jam gold medalist Leticia Bufoni (Sao Paulo, Brazil). Abby Zsarnay (Santa Paula, Calif.) will also compete in the event, having placed as the top amateur in the Supergirl Pro-Am Jam held on August 19 at Woodward West.

Lauren Perkins (Huntington Beach, Calif.) who took home the Supergirl Jam Skateboard Street title in last year’s event is sidelined this year, recovering from recent knee surgery, but she will be on-hand to support her fellow competitors. The competition will be tight with Bufoni, who took top prize in this year’s Supergirl Pro-Am Jam, trying to make it two wins in a row to sweep the Supergirl Jam skateboard events this year.

The Supergirl Jam series consisted of three stops this year – the Association of Surfing Professionals Grade-4 Supergirl Pro Junior contest that took place on August 15 & 16 in Oceanside, Calif.; the Supergirl Pro-Am Jam Skateboard Street competition that took place at Woodward West in Tehachapi, Calif., on August 19; and the Supergirl Jam finale at Venice Beach coming up on September 6 beginning at 11 a.m.

All of the day’s competitive action, and event highlights from the Supergirl Pro Junior and Supergirl Pro-Am Jam will be streamed LIVE on and, the official online destination for the 2009 Supergirl Jam events and competitions.

Programming featuring all three stops in the Supergirl Jam event series will be televised this fall on networks to include CBS Sports, FUEL TV and Fox Sports Net.

ASA Entertainment, the leading action sports events, TV and content production company in the U.S., produces the Supergirl Jam with its partner, Warner Bros. Consumer Products.

For more information about the 2009 Supergirl Jam, please visit