Skateboarding an unmanageable street sport, will introduced in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Often seen as renegade or unruly, characterized by dizzying mid-air twists and turns, skateboarding will make its way into the structured and mainstream world of the Olympic Games. Fans from all over the world who want to watch the live-action of Olympic Street Skateboarding can buy Olympic Street Skateboarding Tickets online.

Though the International Olympic Committee (IOC) unanimously supported skateboarding for inclusion at the 129th IOC session in Rio de Janeiro in 2016, not all skateboarders feel the same way. Some athletes have expressed appreciation and excitement at the idea that skateboarding will get more exposure as a sport, while others worry that the Olympics will damage the culture and lifestyle that accompany it.

Everything you should know about skateboarding at Tokyo Olympics 2020

I suppose no one will know how the sport might change until the2020 Olympics arrive next year, but for now, you can read all about the structure, scoring and qualifications process for skateboarding at the Olympics 2020. The park discipline will feature a course that looks like a large basin with lots of slopes, twists, and turns.

What will the event be like?

Skateboarding at the Olympics features two disciplines: street and park. The park competition will take place on a scooped-out course featuring a difficult series of twists and turns. Park courses resemble large bowls with sharp sides, nearly vertical at the top.

Skaters send themselves to dizzying heights, performing jaw-falling spins and tricks midair, and then elegantly bring themselves back down to the bowl to do it all over again on the other side. 

The street competition features a straight course with stairs, handrails, benches, walls, and slopes to imitator a real street. This kind of skateboarding is characterized by riding along curbs and rails, leaping into the air without using hands and that familiar grind of board on metal. 

Everything you should know about skateboarding at Tokyo Olympics 2020

Olympic skateboarders will experience at least some of the creative freedom they get in their home parks and streets: They’re free to choose which parts of the course to cover and, of course, which tricks to perform. Also, in an attempt to maintain the feel of the sport, music will accompany each rider. 

Only one athlete rides at a time, and competitors get three timed runs to post their best score. Street discipline imitators what it’s like to skateboard in a city environment. The course will feature rails, benches, curbs and other things you’d find on a real street.

How do athletes qualify to skateboard at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics?

The IOC has allotted 80 quota spots for skateboarders at the 2020 Olympics. There will be 40 spots for women across the two categories and 40 for men, with 20 skaters in both the street and park competitions for each gender.

Between the 80 qualifying athletes, 38 men and 38 women will come from different nations, with four total slots (two men and two women) reserved for the host nation of Japan. Each National Olympic Committee (NOC), the governing body for each country’s Olympic goings-on, is allowed six men and six women for skateboarding, but no more than three athletes per gender per event. 

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Like all other Olympic 2020 sports, skateboarders must observe with the Olympic Charter to be entitled. Aside from that, the qualifying pathway for each event (20 athletes) is as follows: 

Three athletes will directly qualify as the highest-ranked skaters in the Olympic 2020 season World Skate World Skateboarding Championship events. One athlete will qualify as the allocated host nation slot. This person is the highest-ranked skater in the host nation; in this case, Japan.

There are 16 available slots to fill via the OWSR, but no nation can fill more than three. Once a country’s three spots are filled, the qualification moves down to the next country that hasn’t fulfilled its quota. 

When and where is the skateboarding event?

Olympic skateboarders will compete in Tokyo 2020 at the Aomi Urban Sports Venue, which will also host 3×3 Basketball and Sport Climbing. The competition takes place throughout the entire Games.

How will athletes be judged?

Judges will score athletes based on speed, originality, timing, stability and the overall flow of the performance. One important skill judges will be looking for is the ability to seem suspended in midair. 

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