Briana King Girl & Queer Skate Tour - Come Out & Skate!

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Briana King is embarking on a Girls & Queer Skate Sesh Tour sponsored by Display Only and The Ones, so you may want to check out the dates and places, to see if she will be holding a sesh near you!

Next Stops Are:

JULY 20TH / 4PM - 7:30PM
El Sereno Recreation Center
4721 Klamath St. Los Angeles, CA 90032

Logan Square Skatepark
2430 W Logan Blvd. Chicago, IL 60647

Rockridge Bart Slappy Curbs
5660 College Ave, Oakland, CA 94618

Check out this video of a past sesh!

Randy's Donuts x GN4LW Skate Video!

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

On Go Skateboarding Day, the Girl is NOT a 4 Letter Word crew took over the iconic LA landmark, Randy's Donuts, and put on a girls demo with our partners at 2x4 Mini Ramps. So many people came out to watch the girls rip the mini ramp, 1/4 pipes and fun box. It really was an epic day!

Check out all the action in this fun video!

Cinematographer ~ Madeline Northway

Location ~ Randy's Donuts
Ramps ~ 2x4 Mini Ramps

Skateboarders ~

Zoe Herishen
Elise Crigar
Quinne Daniels
Briel Weingartner
Amanda Caloia
Sylvia Hammouri
Jessie Frietze-Armenta
Ruby Lynn
Vianez Morales
Kala Baltasar
Emma Houle
Arianna Carmona

Team Rider Briel In New Walmart Commercial!

Monday, July 15, 2019

Big congrats to GN4LW team rider Briel - she's featured in the new Walmart "Back to School" Commercial that is currently running now! Watch for her skateboarding in the commercial above.

Big Congrats Briel!!

Women's Finals At VPS Montreal - Full Of Surprises!

Sunday, July 14, 2019

Yndiara Asp ~ Photo Michael Burnett

Jordyn Barratt ~ Photo Michael Burnett
Lizzie Armanto ~ Photo Michael Burnett

Montréal, CANADA (July 13, 2019) – Canadian skateboarding is forever changed after today’s historic moment at the brand new Vans skatepark located in Montréal. Thousands of skate enthusiasts witnessed Pedro Barros and Yndiara Asp claim back-to-back wins at the third stop of Vans Park Series 2019.

3rd Lizzie Armanto, 1st Yndiara Asp, 2nd Jordyn Barratt Photo: Michael Burnett

Inspiring the next generation of skateboarders, Pedro and Yndiara utilized Montréal’s new skatepark with creative lines and combinations that not only earned them first place but set the standard on what can be achieved in the permanent skatepark left behind for the community.

Drawing energy from the frenetic crowd, Yndiara said,

“This crowd and the skate community was everything, they make me want to skate better every day.”

The amped-up crowd at Saturday’s Finals that powered Yndiara to victory rivaled the hardcore Brazilian skate fans of São Paulo, but the skating was the best seen so far on the 2019 VPS Pro Tour.

Joining Yndiara on the women’s podium, Jordyn Barratt came in second place, and Lizzie Armanto in third, with their unique and exciting runs.

Yndiara Asp's winning run

We loved watching the women take advanatge of that 4th run, 1st wall rebate - we saw Alana Smith go for a huge 540 McTwist (she didn't make it but it was awesome to watch!), and Grace dropping in from the top of the VANS sign  - which she did make on her second attempt. Taking advantage of that 1st wall rebate really adds to the excitement of the event! 

We also really enjoyed  2 other surprises - Alana Smith back in the mix skating park (she still skates street too) and Alex White adding to the commentary for the women's event - Alex is always fun and her comments and observations are spot on.   

Autumn Tust is another female skater to keep your eye on, she dropped out of competitive skating for a while to focus on her budding rap career, but is now back, entering and competing at both VPS Brazil and now VPS Canada, if she enters the next VPS comp in Paris she may have enough points to make the finals in Salt Lake City, Utah in September.


2019 VPS Women’s Pro Tour, São Paulo

1. Yndiara Asp (BRA)
2. Jordyn Barratt (USA)
3. Lizzie Armanto (FIN)

4. Grace Marhoefer
5. Spencer Breaux
6. Mami Tezuka
7. Alana Smith
8. Autumn Tust

These 8 Ladies Will Compete Saturday In The VPS Finals In Montreal.

Friday, July 12, 2019

Lizzie Armanto ~ photo Michael Burnett

Montréal, CANADA (July 12, 2019) – Today in Montréal at the third stop of the Vans Park Series Pro Tour, the local community gathered to witness the brand new, never-been-skated park terrain course.

In the Women’s division, VPS Brazil stop winner, Yndiara Asp took the lead going into the Finals by claiming top spot going into Saturday. Much like her fellow countrymen, Luiz and Pedro, she demonstrated high speed and unique tricks around the entire course. Jordyn Barratt and Lizzie Armanto followed closely behind in second and third respectively, with their impressive maneuvers and creative flow around the new course.

See the full results below.

The live broadcast for the womens finals begins at 9 AM  Pacific Standard Time on Saturday, July 13, and can be watched on

2019 Women’s Pro Tour, Montréal

Semifinals Results - these 8 ladies will be the ones to watch in Saturday's finals! 

1. Yndiara Asp (BRA)
2. Jordyn Barratt (USA)
3. Lizzie Armanto (FIN)
4. Grace Marhoefer (USA)
5. Mami Tezuka (JPN)
6. Autumn Tust (USA)
7. Spencer Braux (USA)
8. Alana Smith (USA)