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2020 Olympics- Volleyball ready for Olympic homecoming at Tokyo

Volleyball was first involved in the Olympic Games in Tokyo 1964 and settled its place in the hearts of the Japanese public when their women’s national team won Olympic gold and their men’s team achieved bronze. Known as the ‘Witches of the Orient’ for their mesmerizing presentations and more than two-thirds of the entire country watched the final of Japanese women’s team against the Soviet Union in 1964.  Fans from all over the world can buy Olympic Volleyball Tickets online.

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2020 Olympics- Volleyball ready for Olympic homecoming at Tokyo

The Japanese men’s team reached the highpoint of the sport eight years later when they won gold at the Munich 1972 Olympic Games and in 1976 in Montreal, the women’s team as well returned to the top of the podium. Japan ranks as the fourth most successful Olympic volleyball nation with 3 gold 3 silver and 3 bronze medals.

Since its debut in 1964 volleyball has expanded to become one of the most popular sports at the Olympic Games. Volleyball and beach volleyball events entirely sold out the last two Olympic Games and according to the IOC Data report, volleyball was the number one sport by collected hours of spectators at Rio 2016.

The FIVB is looking to build on this triumph and there is no reason why volleyball and beach volleyball will not sell out once again in Tokyo. Volleyball remains one of Japan’s beloved sports. A recent national survey reported that 35% of people between Twelve and Twenty-one are looking forward to watching the sport more than any other in 2020.

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2020 Olympics- Volleyball ready for Olympic homecoming at Tokyo

FIVB President Dr. Ary S. Graça F° said:
“There is a great historical connection between the FIVB and Japan and we want to celebrate that in Tokyo, It is a wonderful opportunity to connect our sport’s illustrious past with the exciting future that we are creating.”

In Tokyo national teams will play in the Ariake Arena, a brand new stadium purpose-built for the Olympic Games. As an enduring place, there are additional legacy benefits that the 12,000 seater stadium will provide to local residents and businesses. Aside from hosting volleyball, the Arena will be used for other sporting tournaments, concerts, and conventions. Beach volleyball matches will occur at the eye-catching Shiokaze Park on the Tokyo waterfront.

President Graça said:
“When the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee decided to invest in the Ariake Arena, it was a great day for the FIVB and Japanese volleyball, This state-of-the-art stadium will inspire the next generation of Japanese volleyball players, not just during the Games but for years to come.”

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BMX Racing – Kai and Saya Sakakibara will represent Australia in Olympic 2020

Saya and Kai, find themselves atop a podium at the Tokyo Olympic Games, Australia should be doubly thankful. They could just as easily have been competing for the host nation. Olympic BMX Racing Enthusiasts from all over the world can book summer Olympic BMX Racing Tickets online from our one of the most trusted online ticketing market place.

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BMX Racing: Kai and Saya Sakakibara will represent Australia in Olympic 2020

Before Great Britain, for that matter. Such was the dilemma for the rising BMX stars, whose childhoods spanned Australia, then Japan, while their English father added a third option once their talents became apparent.

They will both compete in the opening stage of the 2019 BMXA BAD BOY National Series at Sydney BMX Club (Olympic Park) from Saturday and that’s just the start of a demanding season that could propel them towards being one of the nation’s better medal prospects in Tokyo.

Already, Saya is ranked two in the world after moving up into the elite ranks of the sport following a dominant junior career that saw her sweep to five world titles. Now 19, she aims to build on her first full year of professional racing and is just starting to scratch the surface of her talents with Tokyo less than 18 months away.

Kai, 22, had a steadier start to his professional career but has steadily charted a course up the rankings and now sits eighth. A World Cup medal sits atop his to-do list in 2019 and he presents as another valuable cycling asset for the Australians at the 2020 Games.

It could have easily been very different. The pair, now based in Wollongong, was born on the Gold Coast, where Kai first found himself unleashing on a BMX track when aged just four. It was then the pair moved to Tokyo, where they stayed for six years, before returning in 2007.

Once you make it to elite racing levels of BMX, you must decide by 17 which country you will represent. Kai was up first.

“The first World Championships we both did, we were still living in Japan and representing Japan,” Kai said. “(But) when I turned 17, I made a decision to race for Australia.

“I was living in Australia again then, had an Australian accent, had Australian friends and was immersed in the Australian BMX scene. It made sense to me.”

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The great BMX Racer Saya Sakakibara

Saya was next but her immense talent created something of a tug-of-war for her services. Olympic medals don’t grow on trees so when Federations spot a star, they were always going to make a significant play.

“At that point, I had to make the decision. Kai had already chosen Australia. My dad told me that just because he had done that, didn’t mean I had to do that as well,” Saya said.

“I went through the same process, researching and talking to everyone, I had the choice of Japan and Australia and Great Britain. I had meetings with all of those Federations and it was a long process.”

“But for me, like Kai, I felt the most comfortable in Australia. Our parents live here, I was born here and my friends are here. Most of my fans are here to… I knew I would feel most comfortable representing Australia.”

BMX first made an appearance as an Olympic sport in Beijing in 2008, where Saya first remembers watching it on television. Australia has one medal, a silver to Sam Willoughby in 2012, and had high hopes in Rio before world number one Caroline Buchanan crashed in heartbreaking scenes in the semis.

It was a low point on a below-par Games for the cycling team, which is why a pair of talents like the Sakakibara’s were of obvious interest to the Australians as they try to rebound in Tokyo.

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Siblings Saya and Kia

Both Saya and Kai have put their focus on a hard season of racing through Europe and the US but as for any athlete in contention, the Olympics are quickly creeping onto the horizon.

“I was eight and looking up at the TV and thinking ‘this is so cool’. It was something I really wanted to do. Back then it was just a dream… it’s crazy now,” Saya said.

“It’s less than two years away now and we’re in contention for it. It’s crazy to think that’s what we are preparing for now.”

Saya’s first BMX race as a child ended in tears. She crashed three times and didn’t get back on her bike for three months. It’s already proving to be the best decision of her life.

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Completion of Olympic 2020 venue for Rowing and Canoeing marked with Opening Ceremony

An Opening Ceremony marked the completion of Sea Forest Waterway the Tokyo Summer Games 2020 and Paralympic Games venue for rowing and canoeing events. Fans who want to watch the live-action of Olympic Rowing in Olympic 2020 can get Olympic Rowing Tickets online.

The 2,300 meters course is in Tokyo Bay located next to a former landfill site which has been turned into a forest. A permanent grandstand seats 2,000 people but during the Games, a temporary structure will be used increasing to 16,000 the capacity.

Completion of Olympic 2020 venue for Rowing and Canoeing marked with Opening Ceremony
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Spectators will be able to watch rowing, sprint canoeing Para rowing and Para canoeing next summer. The Ceremony featured a race between alumni crews from the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge recreating the famous Boat Race which takes place on the Thames in England every year. 

Governor of Tokyo Yuriko Koike provided opening remarks while there were guest speeches from the Minister for the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games Shunichi Suzuki President of the World Rowing Federation Jean-Christophe Rolland and Yasuo Fukuda honorary chairman of the Japanese Canoe Federation.

Rolland said. “Everything has been on track, on time and I am very pleased more than one year before the Olympic Games to be in such a position without any major issues.”

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“There are still some little things to improve but I can say we can be relieved we will have a good course for the Olympic Games.”

There had been initial doubts as to whether Sea Forest Waterway would be used for the Games with Koike in 2016 suggesting a venue change due to fears of a ballooning budget.

Eventually, it was determined it would actually cost more to abandon the plans. The World Rowing Junior Championships in August will be the first test event for the venue. 

Sea Forest Waterway is one of eight permanent new venues being built for Tokyo 2020 and the third to be completed ahead of the Games. Musashino Forest Sport Plaza opened in 2017 while Yumenoshima Park Archery Field was unveiled in April.

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Two world records for China at Tokyo Olympic 2020 weightlifting test event

Best weightlifters of China liked mixed fortunes on the first day of the Tokyo Olympic test event at Tokyo International Forum with two asserting world records while others lost too many lifts. Fans from all over the world can buy Olympic Weightlifting Tickets online.

There was also a career-best presentation by Japan’s Masanori Miyamoto and a visit from Yoshiro Mori, the former Prime Minister of Japan who is President of the Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee.

Weightlifting is the first test event to involve the Tokyo Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games which is organizing the tournament together with the Japan Weightlifting Association with the support of the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF).

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Two world records for China at Tokyo Olympic 2020 weightlifting test event

China’s Chen Lijun a strong preferred who had held all three world records in the 67kg had a day to forget. Not only did he bomb out in the snatch, but he also lost his world record in that lift to teammate Huang Minghao. The other world record of the day also in the snatch went to Hou Zhihui in the women’s 49kg.

Hou made all 3 snatch attempts to finish on 95kg defeat her own world record by 1kg but missed two clean and jerks and totaled 205kg better than teammate Jang Huihua by only 1kg.

As expected Liao Qiuyun Deng Wei and Zhang Wangli, all world record holders, won the 55kg, 64kg, and 76kg correspondingly on 218kg 248kg and 270kg. Chen Guiming took the 59kg on 229kg ahead of Japan’s Mikiko Andoh 224.

The most better performance by a Japanese lifter came from Miyamoto, who was second to Shi Zhiyong in 73kg of men. In last year’s IWF World Championships gold medallist Shi completed 29kg clear of 12th-placed Miyamoto.

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Two world records for China at Tokyo Olympic 2020 weightlifting test event

At the Forum it was much closer, as Shi missed 3 tries to finish on 345kg. Miyamoto upgraded his national record and personal best by 10kg to finish on 341kg, only 4kg behind Shi.

Li Dayin made the biggest lift of the day a 202kg clean and jerk and completed well clear of 34-year-old world champion Lyu Xiaojun in the 81kg. Li 21 wasted two snatch attempts but his total of 365kg was 15kg better than Lyu, who won gold and silver at the past two Olympic Games.

The double Olympic medalist Hiromi Miyake failed to recover completely from a leg injury continued at the Japan National Championships in May and withdrew from the 49kg. Local hero Miyake is aiming to compete in her fifth Olympic Games in Tokyo.

She said:

“I will be here again next year, I stood on the stage and it was good to feel the atmosphere and exciting to imagine that the seats will be full of 5,000.”

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Thailand gave Tokyo Olympic 2020 football qualification tournament

Thailand has been awarded the hosting rights for the 2020 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Under-23 Championship, which will also serve as a qualifier for the Olympic 2020 Games in Tokyo. Olympic Football fans from all over the world can buy Olympic Football Tickets online.

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The AFC Competitions Committee made the decision during a meeting here in Japan’s capital.

The AFC will have four qualified teams for the men’s tournament at Tokyo 2020 Games, with Japan as hosts alongside three other teams from the Under-23 Championship.

Seven stadiums for football games at Tokyo Olympic 2020 were accepted by the International Olympic Committee Executive Board in May to bring the total site range process to a formal close.

Games are due to be played about the country in the Tokyo Stadium, Sapporo Dome, Miyagi Stadium, Ibaraki Kashima Stadium, Saitama Stadium, International Stadium Yokohama and the new Olympic Stadium in the host city.

The use of the Miyagi and Ibaraki prefectures sees Tokyo 2020 embrace areas worst affected by the 2011 Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami.

Uzbekistan won this year’s publication of the AFC Under-23 Championship, beating Vietnam 2-1 in the final after extra-time. The 2016 occasion took place in Qatar and acted as a qualifier for the same year’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

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Winners Japan was joined by runners-up South Korea and third-placed Iran in earning their spot at the Games.

Nobody of the three sides managed to make it beyond the quarter-final stage at Rio 2016 as hosts Brazil claimed the gold medal with a penalty shoot-out win over Germany in the final. 

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55-year-old Ni table tennis player qualified for Olympic 2020 games in Tokyo

1983 world champion and 4 times Olympian Ni Xialian of Luxembourg is one of 6 table-tennis players to secure a place at the next year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo after competing at the European Games. Olympic Fans from all over the world who want to watch the live-action of Olympic Table Tennis can get Olympic Table Tennis Tickets online confidently.

 55-year-old Ni defeated Yang Xiaoxin the player of Monaco 11-3, 3-11, 10-12, 11-7, 11-7, 11-8 in the women’s singles to earn a bronze medal and reach what will be her fifth Olympics.

Chinese-born but now representing Luxembourg, the former world champion first appeared at Sydney 2000. She has since competed at Beijing 2008 London 2012 and Rio 2016. 

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55-year-old Ni table tennis player qualified for Olympic 2020 games in Tokyo

 Ni said:
“Before, I didn’t care if I got to the Olympics or not because I got it too easy but this time I really wanted it. Third place is a great result for me. I’d never dreamed of winning the tournament and I’m fully satisfied with my result.”

The top three table tennis players in the men and women’s singles here will now travel to Tokyo 2020; with Portugal’s Yu Fu the winner in the women’s final. She overcame Germany’s, Han Ying. It was a fascinating competition in the men’s competition with Germany’s seven-times European winner and world number six Timo Boll coming up against Jonathan Groth of Denmark.

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55-year-old Ni table tennis player qualified for Olympic 2020 games in Tokyo

Although his opponent is 12 places above him in the world rankings  Groth took the first game

Boll replied with a narrow victory before Groth again took the lead after succeeding in the third game. From there, however, Boll declared his supremacy winning the last three games. Though still younger than Ni, 38-year-old Boll spoke of his odds of making Tokyo 2020.

He said:
“It’s far away; when you are older every day is a competition. There are a lot of events before and I’ll try to focus on them. I’ll try to survive till the Olympic Games.”

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GB women’s softball team heartbroken after failing to qualify for Tokyo Olympic 2020

Great Britain women’s softball team was left heartbroken after falling agonizingly short of an unexpected first Olympic Games appearance at Tokyo 2020. Fans who want to watch live action of Olympic Softball in Olympic 2020 can get Olympic Softball Tickets online.

Facing Italy in the Europe/Africa Olympic Qualifier tournament in Utrecht on Saturday Great Britain were unable to maintain the unbeaten form that had taken them to what equated to a straight shoot-out match for the Games.

Greta Cecchetti did the main damage, pitching a shutout game with 13 strikeouts and only two hits allowed as Italy ranked world No 9 three places above Great Britain and triumphed 5-0.

GB women's softball team heartbroken after failing to qualify for Tokyo Olympic 2020
GB women’s softball team heartbroken after failing to qualify for Tokyo Olympic 2020

Yet in truth the fact the British team was even in a position to play off to punch their ticket to Tokyo where both women’s softball and baseball will make its first Olympic appearance since 2008 was remarkable in it.

Approximately 20000 people in the UK play softball a modified form of baseball played on a smaller field with a larger softer ball with the majority of the British team based in America.

Softball received only £62,500 financial support from UK Sport’s Aspiration Fund this year. Players have previously had to pay their own way, balancing international duties with jobs and studies.

We are incredibly disappointed the players are heartbroken head Coach Rachael Watkeys a former British player who won European silver and bronze in 2009 and 2011 told The Sunday Telegraph.

At the same time, we are incredibly proud because not many people thought we could do this and get this far we’ve proven a point.

It’s back to square one now in terms of funding back to family and friends’ support donations from really generous people. But like I said I’m really hopeful that we’ve set the world on notice it can have a boost for the sport and some more funding will come.

GB women's softball team heartbroken after failing to qualify for Tokyo Olympic 2020
GB women’s softball team heartbroken after failing to qualify for Tokyo Olympic 2020

“There are various versions of this game. Any growths we can get if we can get it into schools finding variety a bit like cricket has managed to do in terms of speeding up the game using smaller facilities anything like that will be fantastic for us.” 

Finishing inside the top six with a bronze medal at the recent European Championships gave Great Britain the opportunity to fight for a Tokyo spots.

Defeat on Saturday however, was compounded by the fact that the Paris 2024 Olympic Games committee voted not to include softball and baseball among their additional sports.

It is likely that organizers of the Los Angeles Games, however where the two sports are popular will put them both back on the programmer four years later.

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Modern pentathlon and taekwondo contest for survival at Olympics 2020 Games

Taekwondo and Modern pentathlon are measured most at risk as the International Olympic Committee prepares to ax one game from the Olympic 2020 Games programmed at its executive board meeting in Lausanne on Tuesday.

Board associates will vote on which present game to sacrifice, with golf and rugby sevens – due to make their respective Olympic debuts in Rio in 2016 – not eligible for expulsion. Olympic Modern Pentathlon fans from all over the world can buy Olympic Modern Pentathlon tickets online.

Modern pentathlon and taekwondo contest for survival at Olympics 2020 Games

The excluded sport will get a chance to reclaim its Olympic place as it will be automatically included in the list of hopefuls to be added for the Olympic 2020 Games, with a choice due at the IOC Session in Buenos Aires in September. The game already requests for an Olympic 2020 place are squash, karate, wakeboarding, wushu, roller sports, rock-climbing and a joint bid by baseball and softball, a game which was they excluded after the Beijing Games.

While modern pentathlon is seen as the favorite to be discarded, it retains strong support among some elements of the IOC due to its rich Olympic history, having been invented by the founder of the modern Olympic 2020 Games, Baron Pierre de Coubertin. It has also made a significant bid to appease its critics by planning for all five elements of it’s perspective 2016 programmed – fencing, horse riding, swimming, shooting and running – to take place in a similar stadium.

Taekwondo is another game at risk, a decision that would come as a major upset to Great Britain following the success of Jade Jones and Lutalo Muhammad at the London Sports. Taekwondo is seen as susceptible due to the strong rights of karate to be included at its outlay, although it is coming off a strong performance in 2012 when it produced gold medalists from eight different nations.

Gary Hall, Great Britain’s taekwondo presentation director, said: We are optimistic that taekwondo will avoid barring from the Sports. We are coming off the best ever Olympics in London in which the outline of the new counting system and video replays complete the game more transparent, and the game attracts a tremendous variety of nations.

Modern pentathlon and taekwondo contest for survival at Olympics 2020 Games

“I know the World Taekwondo Federation has done everything they can to recover things and they continue to look to the future with further improvements in mind.”

Table tennis could be an additional candidate due to the sustained dominance of the game by the Chinese, who have won 24 of 28 available gold medals since the game was first introduced to the Olympic programmed in 1998.

Badminton is set to leakage censure after taking swift action beside those occupied in the match-fixing affair which destroyed it’s London 2012 program. Wrestling has also been stated as a possible fatality.

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BMX freestyle will bring a “fresh look” to Tokyo Olympic 2020

The addition of BMX freestyle park for the Olympic games Tokyo 2020 has finalizes the event’s take it to the top stage of international from the streets. BMX celebrity Daniel Dhers says Olympic audiences can expect something totally different. BMX Freestyle enthusiastic from all over the universe can secure their Olympic BMX Freestyle Tickets from our one of the most trusted online ticketing platform.

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BMX expert Daniel Dhers


BMX freestyle park has come an extensive way in a very short period. The first fully-fledged UCI World Cup, run by the Union Cyclist International in collaboration with the International Extreme Sports Festival, only took place in 2016. Before being featured at Tokyo 2020, the discipline will be on display on the Olympic stage at the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. An exciting opportunity for some of the young riders to prepare for Tokyo 2020.

“It’s going to be huge for our sport,” Dhers said of the recent decision to include the event in the Tokyo 2020 Games. “It’s definitely going to help the top riders and it’s also going to show the world BMX freestyle.”

There is a widespread feeling that the audiences are going to like what they see. The event is an adrenaline-fueled mix of outrageous tricks and jumps, taking place over a series of ramps and large obstacles, all set up within a 30mx50m park. Athletes complete two one-minute runs each, looking to impress judges with the difficulty, innovation, style, flow, risk, height and execution of their tricks.

Dhers, who at 32-years old is a godfather-like figure in freestyle, is certain that appearing on the Olympic stage will bring a positive change in the wider perception of his sport.

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BMX freestyle will bring a “fresh look” to Tokyo Olympic 2020

Overview About BMX Freestyle

Bicycles of many types are used for various sports disciplines, but the most extreme version of cycling is possible only on BMX bicycles. Formerly considered as bicycle variant of motorcycle motocross racing, first BMX drivers formed several BMX Motocross Racing competitions that are today held all over the world (and have managed to receive an official place on the summer Olympics), BMX Freestyle competitions slowly became a competition on their own. This type of competition is focused on stunt riding, which I separated into several distinct disciplines that all encourage drivers to express themselves as much as possible while driving a BMX bicycle.

From the date of 1987, Games of BMX Freestyle has reached the topmost of its popularity in a very short time, with the attention of media, manufacturers, and sponsors providing the constant drive for innovation. The new BMX bicycles that were fully optimized for various forms of Freestyle driving were unconfined all the time, and users could easily accessorize and customize their bicycles. However, after 1987, sponsors and manufacturers reduced their monetary investment into the sport, and organized competitions became rarer and rarer.

Now, BMX drivers can trial themselves into one of the five disciplines of Freestyle, although no fixed rules exist for any of them. Drivers are encouraged to be creative and to use all their skill to present the most stylish and aesthetically pleasing tricks and routines. Modern BMX Freestyle disciplines are:

Street – Bicycles optimized for preforming trick routines on streets, utilizing obstacles that were placed there naturally as the city grew (handrails, curbs, stairs, banks, ledges and more.

The Park – Freestyle performing in parks who were specifically made to host skate or BMX-friendly obstacles such as ramps, transitions, and others. These parks may offer fixed routes for practicing runs, or randomly placed objects that are forcing performers to be inventive with their routines.

The Vert – BMX Freestyle performing that is done while riding in the half pipe. These objects are usually 2.5 to 3.5-meter-tall, although larger ramps are used for some competitions (X-Games ramps go up to 8.2m). While all other disciplines are focused on tricks that are made on the ground, Vert style is fully focused on tricks made while BMX bike is in the air.

The Trails – Tracks created using dirt and rocks, usually made as a series of lines and hills that are placed in the gaps of between few to 12 feet.

The Flatland – BMX Freestyle discipline that is performed on a flat surface that has no obstacles. Clear area of pavement is the most popular because it gives drivers consistent surface grip.

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Skateboarders excited to send sport to greater heights at Olympic 2020 Games

Skateboarding started in 1950s California is already a professional sport of course but the Olympics offers skaters the chance to do their thing on the epic sporting.  Fans from all over the world who want to watch the live-action of Olympic Street Skateboarding can buy Olympic Street Skateboarding Tickets online.

American Jagger Eaton said:
“The publicity that skateboarding will get from the Olympics in Tokyo 2020 is just going to change everything for skateboarding. It makes it more accessible for people like me who love competing and want to compete.”

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Skateboarders excited to send sport to greater heights at Olympic 2020 Games

The (IOC) International Olympic Committee’s drive to reach a more young audience led to the addition of skateboarding along with four other new sports for Tokyo. In a sport that is still securely embedded in the streets and urban skateparks, not everybody has been happy with the prospect of skaters struggling for gold silver and bronze.

For the perspective of Eaton or three-time street world champion Nyjah Huston though skateboarding is all about competing and winning.

Eaton said:
“I have a super competitive drive and I have worked my life everything to get where I am at, to compete with the pros and I just won’t let anybody take that away from me”

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Skateboarders excited to send sport to greater heights at Olympic 2020 Games

Huston, who has also won the Street League Skateboarding competition five times, is the hot favorite for gold in Tokyo and sees the Olympics as the extra motivation he needs after a period at the top.

Huston said:
“It adds extra pressure but I am always going into every contest with the same mindset. Going out there and doing the best to win. I love a day out there competing, I feel like people might think I would be less competitive now or less fired up after winning so much over the years, but I think the feeling keeps growing and the love for skateboarding keeps growing.”

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