World Skate has postponed an Olympic qualification event in Long Beach in the United States due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Scheduled for May 7 to 10, the Dew Tour leg was set to be the last qualification event in the US ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
In a statement, World Skate said that, due to restrictions on group events and international travel bans, it was not safe or possible to host the competition, which will be delayed to a later date.
The statement said: "We are committed to the safety of our athletes, staff, partners, vendors and fans.
"World Skate will continue to monitor the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, as we explore all options related to the Skateboard Olympic qualifying process and keep you updated as more information becomes available."
Other Olympic skateboarding qualifiers in China and Peru had already been postponed, and the sport is not alone is having its Tokyo 2020 build-up disrupted by the pandemic.
It is due to make its Olympic debut in Japan.
There have been more than 316,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide, with more than 13,500 deaths attributed to the virus to date.
Travel restrictions and bans on large gatherings - designed to curb the spread of the virus - are making it difficult for sporting events to take place.