Having fallen into indoor skydiving by accident as a child, Kyra Poh, 17, from Singapore has become one of the world’s leading figures in a niche sport that blends elements of dance, diving, acrobatics and figure skating.

Singapore teen indoor skydiver’s Olympic Games dream, how she practises five hours a day after school, and her signature move

  • Kyra Poh is one of the youngest competitors in her sport at 17, and one of only two indoor skydivers to win sponsorship from extreme-sports promoter Red Bull
  • A discipline that blends aspects of dance, figure skating, acrobatics and diving, it is one the Singaporean hopes to showcase at the 2024 Paris Olympics
Topic |   Singapore
Having fallen into indoor skydiving by accident as a child, Kyra Poh, 17, from Singapore has become one of the world’s leading figures in a niche sport that blends elements of dance, diving, acrobatics and figure skating.
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