http://mpora.com/videos/OraAscRy1 What can we say about Jenny Jones that hasn’t already been said? Three X Games Gold medals under her belt, a load of bangin’ video parts and – as her recent Radio One interview highlights – still one of the nicest, most down-to-earth people you could ever hope to meet. In this short film, part of Relentless’ Short Stories contest, she explains how her career has developed, from her first lesson on dryslope to her current position as the golden girl of shredding.
It shows an honest story about a woman choosing to live her life snowboarding. A sport that took her from a dry slope in Bristol all the way to the top of the podium.
Filmed by Johannes Ostergard on Jenny’s recent trip to Chile (which we’ll be featuring in Whitelines later this season) this looks amazing and features some sweet action sequences as well as straight-talking interviews from Jenny. Basically, it’s well worth watching. And, though we’re probably a little bit biased, we reckon this has got to beat the skate and the BMX entries to the Short Stories comp…
To see those other films, have a look at relentlessenergy.com/films