Simple Session is bringing back Sister Session for 2020!
12 girls will be invited to Tallinn, Estonia to compete.
February 6th – 10th, 2020 Saku Suurhall and locations around.
Tallinn Dates in Detail
February 6th – 7th: Practice Days February 8th: Qualifications Day
February 9th: Finals Day
February 10th: Open Skatepark Session
Unfortunately due to the contest having a really tight schedule and hosting more than 180 athletes every year in only two days, there haven’t been more Sister BMX Sessions until now. However, 2020 will be the year BMX, especially Women’s BMX, will be bigger than ever before – it will make its debut at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. 9 men and 9 women will battle it out in front of millions of viewers worldwide and at the end of it all, the very first BMX Freestyle Olympic medalists will be announced. And this is also the year female BMXers will shred at the Simple Session again. Women’s BMX has grown a lot in the past couple of years, the number of competitive riders has multiplied, the level of riding has progressed significantly, there are more contests than many of the riders have the capability to attend, most notably all the FISE and Vans Pro Cup series in different parts of the World. Now, Simple Session is delighted to welcome the girls back to Saku Arena to start the year off on the right note! – Simple Session
Minato Oike (JPN) – Japanese representative at the Olympic Games
Hannah Roberts (USA) – 2017 & 2019 BMX World champion
Angie Marino (USA) – 2x Sister Session silver medalist
Teresa Fernández-Miranda (ESP) – multiple time Vans Pro Cup winner
Nikita Ducarroz (CHE) – 2nd overall at Vans Pro Cup 2019
Elizaveta Posadskikh (RUS) – three-time Russian BMX champion
Charlotte Worthington (GBR) – the European Champion and 2019 World Championships bronze medalist
Sash Pardoe (GBR) – Best UK rider at Backyard Jam, two-time NASS silver medalist
Lara Lessmann (DEU) – 2017 Youth Olympics gold medalist More to be announced!