Street Skateboarding is a skateboard sport in which skaters make use of urban obstacles, performing tricks on a street-like course with stairs, handrails, curbs, benches, walls, and slopes.
Street skateboarding will make its debut at the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games. At the Olympics, the riders are free to choose whatever route they want around the course. In each round, the skaters will perform two 45-second runs and five tricks. The competitors are scored for the difficulty and the originality of their tricks.
- Skateboarding — competitions involving tricks or races while standing on a flat board with rollers attached at the bottom.
- Park Skateboarding — skaters perform tricks in on a course like a familiar skate park containing bowls and pools in a complex combination with ramps and course bends.
- Freestyle Skateboarding — performing tricks with a skateboard while flat ground skateboarding.
- Scootering — doing tricks, over obstacles and terrains, on a scooter.
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