Big Bear, CA (March 18, 2018) – ASA Entertainment wrapped two days of action-packed snowboarding contests and live music concerts at the Toyota Supergirl Snow Pro at Bear Mountain Resort this weekend. Hosted by 4-time Olympian and 10-time X-Games Gold Medalist, Lindsey Jacobellis, the event showcased many of the top-ranked snowboarders in the world, including 3-time Olympian Faye Gulini, who took first place in boardercross, and the event's co-host, Hannah Teter, who took first on the halfpipe. Top amateurs competed alongside their heroes in a one-of-a-kind pro-am format that included team competitions in both disciplines that paired the pros with amateur snowboarders, as young as eight years old.

Participants in The 2018 Toyota Supergirl Snow Pro Sponsored by Toyota on March 17, 2018 in Big Bear, California.

Day one of Supergirl Snow Pro featured the first-ever all-female boardercross (SBX) contest. Designed by Jacobellis, the custom-built pro-level SBX course was created to showcase elite talent, while also providing a platform for young competitors to learn from their heroes. In addition to competing and claiming second place overall, Jacobellis spent much of the event mentoring the next generation of up-and-coming riders.

"This event was my dream come true," said Jacobellis, who worked closely with ASA Entertainment to design the event's formats. "I want to thank ASA, everyone at Big Bear, and all the pros who came to support and mentor these young snowboarders. We had snow, sun, it was gorgeous … I just couldn't be happier!"

In the pro boardercross contest, the field included US Team members Faye Gulini (1st place), Lindsey Jacobellis (2nd place), Colleen Healey (3rd place), and Meghan Tierney.

"In this event, what's most important is getting the young girls involved and the camaraderie with all the female riders," said Gulini, the Toyota Supergirl Snow Pro SBX winner. "Although I was super excited to cross the line first, I didn't expect it because there were so many talented athletes out here!" 

Supported by both the USSA and the USASA, the event also featured a mini halfpipe pro-am competition with throwback obstacles, rails and jibs that pushed the riders to get creative in their runs. In fact, SBX riders Tierney, Healey, and Gulini all decided to jump in on the action, where Gulini surprised the judges with her innovative runs to reach the podium twice, also taking 3rd place on halfpipe. Second place went to Anna Valentine, with Olympic Gold Medalist, Hannah Teter, earning 1st place and the coveted Supergirl cape.

"I was blown away by the level of riding," said Teeter. "Most of us pipe riders have only been riding super-pipe all year, so for us to come out and do a fun mini-pipe with rails in it was next level. It pushed everyone to think outside the box.  I had no idea I was going to win because everyone was riding so well and throwing down stuff I don't normally see these girls do. I'm super excited to walk away with Supergirl gold!"




1st Faye Gulini

2nd Lindsey Jacobellis

3rd Colleen Healey

4th Isabella Gomez


1st Colleen Healey, Riley Rivera, Lorena Kelley

2nd Isabella Gomez, Jayda Hammond, Reese Rivera

3rd Meghan Tierney, Lea Logal, Zoe Johnson

4th Anna Miller, Natalie DeBelina, Abby Belton



1st Hannah Teter (Score: 86)

2nd Anna Valentine (Score: 74)

3rd Faye Gulini (Score: 72)

1st Zoe Kalapos, Lexi Simsovits, Reese Rivera

2nd Taylor Obregon, Tessa Maud, Abby Belton

3rd Hannah Teter, Riley Rivera, Lola Cowan

Participants in The 2018 Toyota Supergirl Snow Pro Sponsored by Toyota on March 17, 2018 in Big Bear, California.

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This is the first event of the 2018 Supergirl Pro Series, the industry's only large-scale, all-female action sports competition series. Developed in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products as a celebration of female empowerment 12 years ago, the Supergirl Pro Series provides opportunities for women to be front and center in areas of sports, entertainment, education, business, and popular culture where women are traditionally underrepresented. The annual events bring in more than 250 top female athletes who come from around the globe to compete.

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