B4BC Welcomes Kaitlyn Farrington As The Newest Addition To The Family


This week, Boarding for Breast Cancer is proud to announce that the Idaho Sunshine herself, Kaitlyn Farrington, will be joining their team as an ambassador for the B4BC. Constantly seen with a bright eyes and a simply happy smile, it would only make sense to bring Kaitlyn into their family to help lead the movement of a healthy and active lifestyle in hopes to spread the education of breast cancer awareness throughout the world. Farrington will be joining forces with Elena Hight, Hana Beaman and Kimmy Fasani, some of the most powerful and influential female riders in the industry. Welcome to the team Kaitlyn!

Kaitlyn Farrington 2012 X Games Aaron Blatt

Kaitlyn Farrington Winter X Games 2012 PHOTO: Aaron Blatt



Los Angeles, Calif. (Jan. 31, 2013) – B4BC is proud to announce Kaitlyn Farrington as the newest team rider to the B4BC family.

Farrington, originally of Sun Valley, Idaho and current Salt Lake City resident, is a force on the competition circuit. Her sunny persona translates into her riding in the pipe where she is always pushing the limits with a smile on her face. Since 2010, she has earned a silver medal at X Games Aspen, a gold at Winter X Games Europe, was the overall 2012 Grand Prix champ and will compete at X Games Tignes from March 20-22.

"As an integral part of the women's snowboard scene, Kaitlyn is a star – such a beautiful person who lives into our mantra to Be Healthy. Get Active. Ride!," said Erika Seward, executive director, B4BC. "We are thrilled to be aligning our efforts and with our mutual partnerships with The North Face and Gnu. We look forward to future collaborations that will support and empower young women."

Farrington joins an elite roster of B4BC team riders, which include Elena Hight, Kimmy Fasani, Hana Beaman, Courtney Conlogue, Sage Erickson, Malia Manuel, Mimi Knoop, Allysha Bergado, Liz Clark and Tarah Mikacich.


For more information, go to www.b4bc.org.


About B4BC

B4BC (Boarding for Breast Cancer) is a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation dedicated to providing education, prevention and support programs for young people and the action sports community at large. Through grassroots events, year-round educational outreach and the Survivorship Fund, B4BC is able to further its mission of promoting early detection + a healthy, active lifestyle as the best means of breast cancer prevention.  To learn more, visit www.B4BC.org.


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Contact:                      Crystal Yang, B4BC PR, crystal@b4bc.org, 310-940-2228