ASA Entertainment | Supergirl Pro Series
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Supergirl Pro Series
History

Established in 2007 as a showcase for women in action sports, the Supergirl Pro Series is the only large-scale all-girls action sports competition and lifestyle series in the world. Developed as a celebration of female strength and empowerment, the idea has grown into a series of incredible festivals centered around providing social, athletic, cultural, educational, and entertainment opportunities for young women in areas where they are traditionally underrepresented.
 
The series includes a 6-Star WSL sanctioned all-girls surf contest – the largest women’s surf contest in the world –, one of the biggest female skateboarding events in the US, and the country’s only all-female multi-discipline snowboarding event, featuring the top pros in slopestyle, boardercross, and half-pipe competition as well as a mentorship program rooted in nurturing the next generation of aspiring female pros.

 

Exposure

More than 140,000 people watch these female superheroes perform live at the Supergirl events each year in addition to a national TV audience of 3 million viewers, 50+ hours of live webcasting, and tens of millions of social media impressions.

 

Who Competes at Supergirl?

300 of the top females in action sports and esports, such as Carissa Moore, Coco Ho, Sage Erickson, Tatiana Weston-Webb, Bethany Hamilton, Courtney Conlogue, Alana Blanchard, Lakey Peterson, Malia Manuel, Caroline Marks, Brighton Zeuner, Jordyn Barratt, Poppy Olson, Lyn-Z Pastrana, Alexis Sablone, Leticia Bufoni, Allysha Bergado, Amelia Brodka, Lindsey Jacobellis, Hannah Teter, Faye Gulini, Gretchen Bleiler, Kjersti Buaas, Jamie Anderson, Sarka Pancochova, Kaitlyn Farrington, Silje Norendal, Enni Rukajarvi, Christy Prior, and many more.

 

What is a Supergirl?

The power behind the S-shield of Supergirl has long been a universal symbol for feminine strength and leadership. Young girls of today show their super empowerment in all aspects of athletics and culture. Whether it’s surf, skate, snow, gaming, DJ’s, or music, these girls “BRING IT” with style. They are confident, independent, active, and socially aware, and have a passion for friends, community, and charity. This series was created to celebrate the new breed of ‘Supergirl’ that can outperform most guys in their chosen pursuit, while being fun, stylish, interesting, creative, unique, fearless, and unabashedly feminine. This is the new female consumer of the 21st century!

 

Supergirl Festival

In addition to the best female action sports athletes on the planet, the Supergirl Pro Series events include a Festival Village with live concerts, female DJ competitions, celebrities, female-driven esports tournaments, fitness, dance, art, yoga, fashion, film, hair styling, female leadership panels, speakers, social influencers, virtual reality experiences, female content creators, and much more. All of the events are free to attend.

 

Social Responsibility

The events raise money and awareness for several organizations focused on breast cancer awareness, bullying prevention and sustainability, including Boarding for Breast Cancer, Earth’s Oceans Foundation, and No Place for Hate.