Pamela recently won XG Oslo Women's Street, becoming the youngest champ in the discipline (age 16). The gold came after earning silver at both Austin 2014 & 2015; she's the most consistent skater in the women's game right now. Growing up in a poor family in Brazil, skateboarding is helping better her family's status. She's shy, and the attention she's garnering (she already has more than 41,000 Instagram followers) is a bit intimidating. But competing sure doesn't intimidate her, and she has a nice bag of flip tricks, including her favorite, a backside double flip. The teen will graduate from high school in Nov. 2016).
- XG Oslo 2016 gold. The youngest XG Women's SKB Street winner. 3 consecutive XG medals (silver at Austin 2014 and 2015). Also 7th in Foz do Iguacu and 8th in LA in 2013.
- Finished 4th at the first
- ever Street League Skateboarding Super Crown Championship (Nov. 2015).
- 4th overall on the World Cup Skateboarding ranking for 2015, street (no. 1 in 2014).
- Attending public high school and will graduate in Nov. 2016.
X Games Competition History
|X Games Oslo 2016|| SKB Street||1st|
|X Games Austin 2015|| SKB Street||2nd|
|X Games Austin 2014|| SKB Street||2nd|
|X Games Los Angeles 2013|| SKB Street||8th|
|X Games Foz do Iguaçu 2013|| SKB Street||7th|