12-year-old skateboarder Sky Brown has qualified for this summer's Tokyo Olympics.
The young Sky's career started through learning skateboarding tricks on YouTube. She is now the youngest skateboarding competitor internationally. Sky has already won the World Championships bronze and achieved the feat of becoming the first female to land a 'frontside 540' trick at last summer's X Games.
After a serious injury that Sky suffered a year ago leaving her with a head injury, broken wrist and hand, Sky explains that she is even more determined to make a comeback.
A month ago Sky came second place in an extreme sports competition in the US. This was in efforts to put herself in line for Olympic selection.
Alongside Sky will be another young female skateboarder, 15-year-old Bombette Martin. Both girls will be representing Team GB as skateboarding is officially included in the summer Tokyo Olympics for the first time ever.
Bombette Martin competed in the National Skateboarding Championships in April where Aquapax sponsored the event.