Skateboarding sensation Sky Brown wants to make an impact beyond the sport after its Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020.
The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) skateboarding youth camp at the Longjiang Sports School in Nanjing, China has come to a close.
Skateboarders aiming to compete in the sport's Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020 will be among the 63 panellists from 19 countries coming together to discuss the social and cultural benefits of the sport at a conference in Malmö, Sweden.
The Summer X Games return to Minneapolis for the third successive year for another festival of extreme sport action.
Eleven-year-old Rayssa Leal delivered a sensational performance to become the youngest skater to win a leg of the Street League Skateboarding World Tour.
Japanese teenage sensation Misugu Okamoto moved a step closer to qualifying for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo with victory at the five-star International Skateboarding Open in Nanjing.
Britain's 11-year-old sensation Sky Brown continued her bid for Tokyo 2020 qualification by winning the women's quarter-final at the five-star International Skateboarding Open in Nanjing today.
As skateboarding moves closer to its Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020, the latest in this season’s qualifying events, the five-star International Skateboarding Open begins tomorrow in Nanjing, China.
Ten-year-old Sky Brown has edged closer to her Olympic dream at Tokyo 2020 after she was seeded for next month's International Skateboarding Open World Championship event in Nanjing.
The road to skateboarding's Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020 has officially begun after the first qualifiers for the park and street events were held in Long Beach.
Brazil's Pedro Barros topped the standings in the semi-finals of the men's park competition at Dew Tour Long Beach 2019, while Nyjah Huston of the United States led the way in the street competition.
United States’ Mariah Duran progressed to the final of the women’s street competition at the Dew Tour Long Beach event, a qualifier for skateboarding’s Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020.
Okamoto among five Japanese skateboarders through to women's park final as action begins at Dew Tour Long Beach event
Misugu Okamoto was the best-performing qualifier for the women’s park final on day one of the Dew Tour Long Beach event, a qualifier for skateboarding’s Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020.
The 2019 World Park Skateboarding Championships will take place in São Paulo from September 10 to 15, it has been announced.
Long Beach in California is this week welcoming more than 300 of the world’s best male and female skateboarders who will compete in the park and street events for a chance to win the Dew Tour title, while earning valuable points towards their country’s Olympic team for Tokyo 2020.