World Skate has postponed two Olympic Qualification events in China next month due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
World Skate has provided an updated schedule of events impacted by the coronavirus outbreak but which will contribute to the Olympic qualification process for Tokyo 2020.
Tokyo 2020 qualification points up for grabs as World Skate and Street League Skateboarding unveil Tour
World Skate and Street League Skateboarding have announced the dates and locations for the 2020 World Pro Tour, a three-stop series allowing the sport's biggest stars to showcase skills on three different continents.
World Skate and Street League Skateboarding (SLS) have opted to cancel next month's Pro Tour event in Melbourne due to the Australian bushfires.
The first working meeting has been held ahead of the 2021 edition of the World Skate Games in Argentina.
Skateboarders will travel across the globe in their bid to qualify for Tokyo 2020, after World Skate announced five countries as hosts for the qualification season.
Thirteen-year-old skateboarding world champion Misugu Okamoto again highlighted her superb ability by winning the women's park title at the Oi STU Open in Rio de Janeiro.
World Skate held its first international summit for stakeholders, as skateboarding prepares to make its debut at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
CJ Wellsmore of Thailand was the winner in the roller freestyle event at the International Festival of Extreme Sports (FISE) World Series in Chengdu.
The man who built Doha's skatepark believes the competition at the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) World Beach Games could be the touch paper for a Qatari revolution in the sport.
Japan’s success story in skateboarding continued with gold and silver medals in the women’s park competition at the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) World Beach Games here.
Britain's 11-year-old world skateboard bronze medallist Sky Brown has been forced to withdraw from the Association of National Olympic (ANOC) Committees World Beach Games, due to start here tomorrow.
Heimana Reynolds of the United States lived up to his ranking as world number one as he claimed the men's title at the World Skate Park World Championships in São Paulo.
Misugu Okamoto led a Japanese one-two as Britain's 11-year-old Sky Brown moved closer to Tokyo 2020 qualification with bronze at the World Skate Park World Championships in São Paulo.
Eleven-year-old Sky Brown was in a world of her own, as she topped qualifying in women's quarter-finals at the World Skate Park World Championship in São Paulo.