Sat. Nov 27th, 2021

Japans Yuto Horigome won the first-ever skateboarding competitors at the Olympic Games, taking gold in guyss street in the city where he learned to skate as a kid and where his sport is often frowned upon.The first skateboarding silver went to Brazilian Kelvin Hoefler, who utilized to sleep with his board when he fell in love with skating as a kid.Horigome won gold in mens skateboarding street in the exact same city where he found out to skate as a kid. Geoff Burke-USA TODAY NetworkU.S. skater Jagger Eaton took bronze, the Arizonan adapting best among the Americans to the heat at the Ariake Urban Sports Park in Tokyo. The blazing sun softened rubber joints on the boards wheel axles, making them harder to control.One of skateboardings most significant stars, Nyjah Huston from the U.S., fell repeatedly attempting to land tricks and placed seventh in the eight-man final.The Californian was among those who battled with furnace-like conditions in the skatepark of rails, stairs, ledges and other street furniture that provides the occasion its name.”Your feet beginning burning up, “he stated. “Your board like gets so hot that it type of flexes more. Thats type of why I fell on among those techniques out there.” Skateboardings Olympic debut provided exactly what the Games organizers had expected: a high-adrenaline show of delights and great deals of spills from professional athletes plugged into younger audiences. Eaton celebrated his bronze by whipping his phone out of his pocket and broadcasting live on Instagram.While Huston melted down in the heat and pressure, Horigome was ice cool, performing the hardest techniques. On his highest-scoring stunt, the 22-year-old flipped the board from under him on takeoff and moved it down a jagged rail on its nose, a technique called a nollie 270 noseslide.That earned a high-scoring 9.5. Horigome was the only skater in the last to score absolutely nothing however nines in all of his tricks that counted.


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