One of the new sports making its debut at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics is skateboarding. This extreme sport will surely make an impression on viewers in its first year at the Summer Games.
Skateboarding Olympics 2021
Here's everything you need to know about skateboarding at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
Skateboarding Olympics 2021 Schedule
Several skateboarding events will take place throughout the Tokyo Olympics:
- Saturday, July 24: Men's Street Qualifiers and Final
- Sunday, July 25: Women's Street Qualifiers and Final
- Tuesday, Aug. 3: Women's Park Qualifiers and Final
- Wednesday, Aug. 4: Men's Park Qualifiers and Final
Skateboarding Olympics 2021 Athletes
Skateboarding Olympics 2021 Teams
You can find a full list of teams competing in skateboarding at the Olympics here.
Skateboarding Olympics 2021 Events
There will be two skateboarding events held at the Olympics: Street and Park, both of which will feature men's and women's competitions.
Skateboarding Olympics 2021 Rules
In Street, skaters get two 45-second runs and five single-trick tries on a street-style course that features objects like rails, ramps and stairs. The top four scores from their seven total attempts will be added to make up their final score.
In Park, skaters will tackle more air-based tricks in a bowl course. They'll get three 45-second runs, but just their single-best run score will be used.
Skateboarding Olympics 2021 Odds
Check out FanDuel Sportsbook for all your betting needs during the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
Sign up for FanDuel Sportsbook today and get your first bet risk free for up to $1,000!
Isaiah De Los Santos is not a FanDuel employee. In addition to providing DFS gameplay advice, Isaiah De Los Santos also participates in DFS contests on FanDuel using his personal account, username zayyy05328. While the strategies and player selections recommended in his articles are his personal views, he may deploy different strategies and player selections when entering contests with his personal account. The views expressed in their articles are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of FanDuel.