Meet Sky Brown, the 10-year-old skateboarder on pace to shake up the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
BEHROUZ MEHRI / Getty ImagesSky Brown does a roll in as she drops from the top of a bus with her name sprayed on it.BEHROUZ MEHRI / Getty Images
- Sky Brown is the world's youngest pro skateboarder at 10 years old.
- If she qualifies for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, she will be Great Britain's youngest-ever summer Olympian.
- Brown is not only a skateboarding prodigy but also a very talented surfer.
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Sky Brown, the world's youngest pro skateboarder at 10 years old, is set to become Great Britain's youngest summer Olympian in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
A skateboarding and surfing prodigy, Brown has amassed over five million views on YouTube and 375,000 followers on Instagram.
Despite her age, she has already made history and is defeating other pro skaters that are much older than her.
Here's a look at Brown's life and achievements so far.
Sky Brown is a 10-year-old skateboarder from Miyazaki, Japan. She is inspiring many skateboarders and young girls around the world.
She is Anglo-Japanese. Her mother, Mieko, is from Japan and her father, Stuart, is from England.
She began skateboarding when she was three years old.
Her daily routine involves a 5 a.m. wake up to go surfing before school.
Not only is Brown a skater and surfer, but she also won ABC's 'Dancing With the Stars: Juniors' in December 2018.
Sky Brown became Nike's youngest athlete when she joined the company's "Dream Crazier" campaign in February.
She skates and surfs with her 7-year-old brother, Ocean, who is also a rising star.
Brown became the youngest female to ever compete at the Vans US Open Pro Series in 2016.
If Brown qualifies for Tokyo 2020, she will become Great Britain's youngest summer Olympian.