The 11-year-old won a bronze medal at the World Skateboard Championships. The UK chose the easiest way to participate in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Sean White won the Olympics on the 13th. Fans from all over the world can buy Olympic Skateboarding Tickets online.
11-year-old British skateboarding king Sky Brown, the youngest woman to compete in the Summer Games Olympics in 50 years, won a bronze medal at the World Championships in Brazil on Saturday.
Japan’s 13-year-old Masugo Okamoto won the World Championship at Skateboarding Park in Sao Paulo, defeating the country’s female Sakura Yoshizumi (60.00) by 61.17 points.
Brown, who topped the leaderboard after the first of four finals runs, posted her best tally in the final round with a score of 58.13 to reach the podium. While she’s yet to qualify for an Olympic sport for Tokyo where skateboarding will feature for the first time as a medal sport, it marked her best finish of the year as she appears well on her way.
After the first four final runs, the Browns became the board leader and showed their best way to reach the podium with 58.13 points in the final. Although skateboarding has yet to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, where it will appear as the first medal sport, it is a sign of its outstanding performance as it looks good this year.
Born in Japan to a British father and a Japanese mother, Brown aims to become the youngest female Olympian after Chinese ice dancer Liu Liang in 1988 and Puerto Rican swimmers in 1968.
Three-time Olympic half-pipe snowboarding champion Sean White of the United States was thirteenth in the men’s final semifinal, which was a surprise to win six athletes in Tokyo.
Winning medals at both the Summer and Winter Olympics, when the three Americans attended the finals on Sunday, White couldn’t make skateboarding more than three.
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