Exposure 2015 celebrates women's skate
Welcome to Exposure 2015
Off the deep end
Not only was Amelia Brodka able to put together the entire event for women's skateboarding -- she also competed in the event and grabbed second place in pro vert and sixth place in pro bowl.
Top of the pack
Allysha Le is always someone to expect on the podium. Here, she placed high in both pro vert (first place) and pro bowl (second place). The sky is clearly the limit for Le, seen here going backside on the vert ramp.
Allysha Le is no stranger to the vert ramp, and took first place with ease by way of stalled andrecht plants.
Future looks Brighton
Brighton Zeuner has smith grinds on lock, and it seems like Brighton is learning new tricks everyday, which is a good thing for the future of women's vertical skateboarding.
Vertical skateboarding legend Christian Hosoi (right) came out with his father in tow to support the women of vertical skateboarding.
Air it out
Jordyn Barratt pulls off a stylish maneuver in the deep end of the bowl. This is Barratt's version of an early release frontside air over the hip.
View from above
Always a fierce competitor, Julz Lynn took home first in the pro bowl comp. Here, she slams a backside disaster on the hip.
Starrt it up
Poppy Starr is always fun to watch skate, but there's a serious side to her competitive skating as well. She goes down hard, and gets right back up. Here, Starr mute grabs en route to second place in 15 and over vert.