Women’s Longboard CampGood news for female longboarding, this is what many have been waiting for and it’s happening this summer in Slovenia!!!
We are happy to spread the news about the first women’s longboard camp that will take place in Slovenian this August on a stunning mountain road near the village of Osilnica.
Organized by the girls Crew with the support of SIXXA, It will be a week of skateboarding in a relaxed, all-female environment.
The sessions will be tailored in regard to the participants’ level of ability.
All instructors have been active within boardsports for several years, including competitive riding and are some of the best coaches available.
Legendary downhill and slalom World Cup champion Bettina Luginbühl from Switzerland is just one example of the women that have now teamed up to pass on their skills during the one-week camp.
The road for the camp will be closed to traffic during the week and the groups will be kept to a maximum of seven riders per instructor allowing an excellent training ground.
Participants must be over the age of 18 and all level of abilities and disciplines will be
welcome. Own equipment is not a must.
So, if you were wondering what to do this summer, this sounds like a great plan!
When: August 05-10, 2012
Where: Osilnica, Slovenia
More information: http://www.womenlongboardcamp.
Contact Details: email@example.com
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