Tiny trio rocks the ramps of San Diego

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SAN DIEGO – Three pint-sized girls from North County charged onto the San Diego skate scene just over a year ago and want to give the boys a run for their money.

With big dreams and even bigger personalities, Relz Murphy, 7, and 6-year-olds Sierra Kerr and Bella Kenworthy swiftly garnered the nickname the Pink Helmet Posse.

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The trio recently made their public debut at the Exposure, a women’s skateboarding benefit event, at Mission Valley YMCA Krause Family Skate & Bike Park on Saturday.

Last year, their dads wanted to get them skateboarding, but they couldn’t find boards small enough for first-graders.

So, the fathers banded together and created their own brand of skateboards.

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The Pink Helmet Posse hopes to one day become dual threats as professional skateboarders and surfers.

Keep an eye out for the pink and purple princesses with boards to match at a skate park near you.


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