Skateboarder Sky Brown to become youngest Olympian in 92-year history

Feb 14 2020 03:52 PM
Skateboarder Sky Brown to become youngest Olympian in 92-year history

Britain's 11-year-old skateboarder Sky Brown is scheduled to enter the Tokyo Olympics this year. She may win the medal or not, but the record of being the youngest Olympian for Britain is going to be achieved. The skateboard has been included in the Olympics this time. Very innocent to see when riding on a skateboard, its wings get attached.

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Her ability can be gauged from the fact that she won a bronze medal in the World Championship held in São Paulo in September. The record for the youngest Olympian for Britain is named after swimmer Margery Hinton, who achieved this major feat in 1928 Amsterdam.

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She jumps four to five feet from the air. If you fall on a spherical spot from a height of ten feet, then you come out at the speed of lightning. Her brother of eight years sits outside the Ocean Skatepark and watches a lot of applause by watching her sister's skills. She says that I like spin (walking in the air) and kickflips (foot skills) more. I want to show all the skills that boys do on skateboards. I want to touch new heights for girls. There is a line of sponsors for Sky. One reason for this is that she was also successful in winning a TV reality show two years ago. Her parents Stu and Miko are also now celebrities.

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