Judges want to see skaters barreling fast into obstacles, pulling out dynamic tricks, catching big air and stringing it all together in a smooth, fluid manner.
When it comes to learning complicated tricks, “I don’t care about the consequences,” Reynolds says. https://t.co/37J5Jo0UHX
Reynolds competes in park, where he enters #Tokyo2020 as the world’s top-ranked skater.
Park features a hollowed-out concrete course, like an empty swimming pool that includes multiple bowls. In this event, the goal is to string together big-air tricks. https://t.co/hL87UKYXVhhttps://t.co/AkheEoxgXA
Heimana Reynolds has reached the top of the skateboarding world — but not without some broken bones, concussions and separated shoulders.
“It’s all part of the game, you know,” said Reynolds, who is representing the United States at the Tokyo Olympics. https://t.co/hL87UKYXVh
Fleeing gang violence in El Salvador, Nancy and her children sought asylum in the United States.
Instead, they found themselves stuck in a Mexican border camp—and the U.S. immigration system. https://t.co/DimXTEBiOn