Warren Stuart, Hong Kong’s skateboarding “godfather” – a title he accepts reluctantly – said he is excited to see skateboarding make its debut at Tokyo 2020. Photos: Xiaomei Chen Warren Stuart, Hong Kong’s skateboarding “godfather” – a title he accepts reluctantly – said he is excited to see skateboarding make its debut at Tokyo 2020. Photos: Xiaomei Chen
Warren Stuart, Hong Kong’s skateboarding “godfather” – a title he accepts reluctantly – said he is excited to see skateboarding make its debut at Tokyo 2020. Photos: Xiaomei Chen

Tokyo 2020: Hong Kong’s skateboarding scene hesitantly backs Olympic Games integration

  • The counterculture pastime will make its debut at the Olympics in Tokyo along with four other sports
  • Local skaters say they have hesitations about the sport’s inclusion, but ultimately think it is a good thing

Topic |   Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Warren Stuart, Hong Kong’s skateboarding “godfather” – a title he accepts reluctantly – said he is excited to see skateboarding make its debut at Tokyo 2020. Photos: Xiaomei Chen Warren Stuart, Hong Kong’s skateboarding “godfather” – a title he accepts reluctantly – said he is excited to see skateboarding make its debut at Tokyo 2020. Photos: Xiaomei Chen
Warren Stuart, Hong Kong’s skateboarding “godfather” – a title he accepts reluctantly – said he is excited to see skateboarding make its debut at Tokyo 2020. Photos: Xiaomei Chen
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