The exposed world of Calgary’s female skateboard community after its last competition.
Produced by Amara McLaughlin
Tasheena Dunn remembers the excitement she felt when she discovered a flyer for the See Jane Skate Competition in 2007 while buying skate shoes at West 49 — a skateboard shop — in Calgary.
The competition was the first and only all-female skateboard event in Calgary.
“I remember seeing the flyer and thinking this is amazing, I’ve never seen anything like this before being an avid skateboarder for most of my life,” says Dunn, who became involved in organizing the event.