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  1. Watch: Sky Brown's superb run takes third

    GB's 11-year-old starlet Sky Brown took a big step towards qualification for the Tokyo Olympics as she got on the podium at a five-star event for the first time in her career.

    A brilliant 540 to finish her routine earned her a best score of 58.3, good enough to take third place in Sao Paulo.

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    Video caption: 11-year-old Sky Brown wins World Championship medal
  2. Pedro Barros leads the way in semi-finals

    Brazil's Pedro Barros set the standard in the semi-finals, getting a high score of 86 from the judges as he eased into today's final.

    Joining him are 16-year-old Australian Keegan Palmer and American Thomas Schaar, famous as the first skater to land a 1080.

    The scores are reset for the final, with each skater getting four runs to show off their best tricks in the hopes of impressing the judges.

    World Park Championships
  3. How do the Park World Championships work?

    Park skating takes place in a bowl, in which competitors will show off their best tricks and skills to earn points from the judges based on their difficulty and originality.

    61 women and 99 men are in with a chance of taking down the competition, with the best eight from each after a series of heats making the finals, where they will get four 45-second runs to show the judges what they can do.

    Many of the world’s best skateboarders are involved, including Sky Brown who, at just 11 years of age, is looking to become Team GB’s youngest ever Olympian when the sport makes its debut at the Tokyo Olympics next year.

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    Video caption: Watch: Meet Sky Brown, the 10-year-old skating sensation
  4. Park World Championships on the BBC

    BBC Sport

    The BBC will have coverage of both the women’s and men’s final from Sao Paulo, with live video available via BBC Sport’s website and app and via the BBC iPlayer, where you can also watch both days’ action on catch-up.

    Sunday 15 September

    13:00-17:00 – Men’s final, BBC Sport website and app, Connected TV and BBC iPlayer

  5. Why I love skateboarding

    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.

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    Video caption: 16-year-old skateboarder Hayley Wilson shares what it takes to become a top skater.
  6. Get Inspired: How to get into skateboarding

    Get Inspired


    Skateboarding has many health benefits including helping improve your coordination; balance and flexibility.

    It is fun and social; you can do it at 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: Skateboarding like a girl: 'You should not be intimidated'