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  1. What is the Street League Skateboarding World Championships?

    This is the second edition of the Street League Skateboarding: World Championships, taking place between the 19-22 September in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

    The event will act as an opportunity of securing Olympic qualification points as well as defining the rankings and seeding for all the Street competitions in the lead up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, excluding the World Championship 2020.

    Event phases will be performed under Olympic contest street format. Each skater will perform 2 runs of 45 seconds and 5 individual trick attempts; the best 4 scores from runs or trick attempts will be added to give the total round score.

    Pamela Rose
  2. How to follow the SLS Skateboarding World Championship

    All timings are BST and subject to change

    You can follow live coverage of the Street League Skateboarding World Championship in Sao Paulo, Brazil across our Red Button, Connected TV and online platforms.

    You can also watch live coverage and watch the finals again on catch up via the BBC iPlayer.

    Sunday 28 July

    Women’s final: 17:30-19:30 - BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website & app plus BBC iPlayer

    Men’s final: 20:30-22:00- BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website & app plus BBC iPlayer

    Nyjah Houston
  3. Why I love skateboarding

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    Video caption: 16-year-old skateboarder Hayley Wilson shares what it takes to become a top skater.

    If you're feeling inspired to give skateboarding a go, take a look at this video with Australian skateboard star Hayley Wilson. She talks about her love of the sport and what it takes to become a top skateboarder.

  4. Get Inspired: How to get into skateboarding

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    #GetInspired

    Skateboarding is a fast, thrilling action sport where you move around on a board, fitted with wheels. Improving coordination, balance and flexibilityare just a few of the health benefits of skateboarding.

    A sport that is both fun and social, you can do it on an indoor or outdoor skate park where you'll get to meet lots of people. Learning exciting tricks and flips may take some time, but when you've mastered them you'll get a great sense of personal achievement.

    If you want to get into skateboarding, visiting a skate park is a great way to get started. The Skatepark Project website has a park finder for England, Scotland and Wales. There is also a list of parks in Northern Ireland.

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    Video caption: Watch: Meet Sky Brown, the 10-year-old skating sensation