Want To Know How Your Fave Female Skaters Qualify For The Olympics?

Monday, January 27, 2020

Photo Bryce Kanights

2020 USA Skateboarding National Team - Women's Park
Front Row: Brighton Zeuner, Bryce Wettstein, Jordyn Barratt, Arianna Carmona
Back Row: Jordan Santana & Minna Stess

Photo Bryce Kanights









2020 USA Skateboarding National Team - Women's Street
Front Row: Mariah Duran & Samarria Brevard
Back Row: Alexis Sablone & Alana Smith



USA Skateboarding Kicks off 2020 Road to Tokyo and Prepares for the Second Season of 
Olympic Qualifying 


Skateboarders Face Twelve Upcoming Olympic Qualifying Events March Through May

* Olympic Skateboarding Team to be Announced in June *

Orange County, Calif. (January 24, 2020) — The first events of the second season of Olympic Skateboarding qualifying for Americans began in October at the USA Skateboarding Toyota 2019 National Championships in Vista, California followed by the World Skate Oi STU Open Park and Street competitions in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in November 2019.

For 2020, the second season continues with a packed schedule of 12 qualifying events in five countries, on four continents in three short months, on the way to Skateboarding’s Olympic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Games.


Josh Friedberg, CEO, USA Skateboarding said, “The 2020 USA Skateboarding National Team Summit was a great chance to get all 21 team skaters together to calibrate our efforts ahead of what is going to be an extremely hectic qualifying season beginning in March. The USA Skateboarding staff shared information on qualifying, logistics around Tokyo, and answered questions from the team and their support in order to help get everyone prepared for the journey. We spent the second day working with our media partner, The Berrics, to gather content for the Toyota USA Skateboarding Road to Tokyo content series and TV shows we’re producing. Huge thanks to our sponsors Nike SB and Toyota, and the USOPC; without their support, none of this would be possible. We’ve got an amazing group of skaters on the team and have built a great staff to support them. I’m excited for our chances in Tokyo, and I wish all of our skaters the best of luck this season!”


Current Top 3 American Rankings (*World Ranked #1):

Women’s Park 

1. Bryce Wettstein
2. Brighton Zeuner
3. Jordyn Barratt

Women’s Street

1. Mariah Duran
2. Alexis Sablone
3. Alana Smith


2020 Qualifying Schedule 
(park events  in red  / street events in blue)

March 15 - 22, 2020 World Skate Lima Open Lima, Peru 5-Star Street event, Pro Tour Park event

March 27 - 28, 2020 World Skate Street League World Tour Las Vegas  Pro Tour Street event

April 5 - 12, 2020 ISO Yancheng 2020, Yancheng, China 5-Star Street event, Pro Tour Park event

April 14 - 19, 2020 ISO Nanjing Street 2020, Nanjing, China 5-Star Street event

April 22 - 26, 2020 ARK League, Samukawa, Japan 5-Star Street event

May 2 - 3, 2020 World Skate Street League WorldTour Beijing, China Pro Tour Street event

May 4 - 10, 2020 Dew Tour Long Beach, CA 5-Star Street event, Pro Tour Park event

May 22 - 24, 2020 World Skate Street League World Championship, London, UK

May 25 - 31 World Skate Park World Championship, Nanjing, China


There are five levels of events in the Olympic Skateboarding Qualification System. 

~ National Championships are worth a maximum of 3,330 points for first place
~ Continental Championships are worth a maximum of 13,330 points for first place
~  5-Star events are worth a maximum of 40,000 points for first place
~  Pro Tour events are worth a maximum of 60,000 points for first place
~ World Championships are worth a maximum of 80,000 points for first place. 




For more information on events, qualifying and athletes log on to www.usaskateboarding.net



About USA Skateboarding
As the recognized governing body for skateboarding in the United States, USA Skateboarding (USAS) is responsible for the selection, training, and fielding of national teams that compete in the Olympic Games, Pan American Games, and other sanctioned team events. USAS is also responsible for the development of youth skateboarding initiatives that support grassroots programs, education, licensing, and safety while respecting and enhancing the existing culture of skateboarding in the United States. USAS is dedicated to promoting and supporting the sport of Skateboarding while striving to guarantee that Skateboarding continues to provide the unique characteristics relevant to the sport's participants, and maintaining the integrity and authenticity of Skateboarding as a sport, a passion, and a lifestyle. For more information, visit USASkateboarding.net

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