Four-time skateboarding world champion Nyjah Huston has been charged by prosecutors in Los Angeles after organising a party despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Asian Games gold medallist Margielyn Didal is among the stars who have been recognised by the inaugural Asian Skateboarding Awards.
World Skate vice-secretary general Laura Morandi Aracu - wife of President Sabatino Aracu - has died after a battle with cancer.
Young skateboarder Hampus Winberg has been included in the Swedish Olympic Committee's (SOK) Top and Talent programme.
Boris Darlet has been elected President of the French Roller and Skateboard Federation (FFRS), and will lead the organisation into the Paris 2024 Olympics.
Estanguet says confirmed Paris 2024 programme highlights gender equality, youth and "spectacular" new events
Paris 2024 President Tony Estanguet believes the confirmation of the sport programme for the Games in the French capital consolidates "core foundations" including gender equality, youth and "spectacular" new events.
World Skate has rearranged two major events which were postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Japanese skateboarder Yuto Horigome believes a home crowd will enhance his performance at Tokyo 2020, where the sport is set to make its Olympic debut.
The Olympic World Skateboarding rankings have had a further change to allow more regional competitions to count in the wake of international competition being limited.
World Skate hosted an Olympic qualification update with National Federations and athletes over Zoom.
World Skate has announced the launch of an academy which will aim to raise the level of competition all over the world.
Lucy Adams will step down as Skateboard England and Skateboard GB Board chair to spend more time with her family, as she awaits the birth of her first child.
The World Skate Games have been moved back to 2022 to accommodate postponed events affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Dew Tour skateboarding competition in Long Beach has been re-arranged to May 2021, organisers have confirmed.
Britain's 11-year-old world skateboard bronze medallist Sky Brown said she shared news of her recent accident to show "that it's okay to fall sometimes".