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The World Skateboarding Championship is an annual competition of men's and women's park skateboarding and street skateboarding, organized by World Skate (WS). Until 2017, the two disciplines were contested in separate tournaments, known as the Vans Park Series World Championship, for park skateboarding, and SLS Super Crown World Championship for street skateboarding.

Due to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, World Skate banned Russian and Belarusian athletes and officials from its competitions, and will not stage any events in Russia or Belarus in 2022.[1]

Park skateboarding

Editions

Year Dates City and host country
2016 19–20 August Sweden Malmö, Sweden[2]
2017 23 September China Shanghai, China[3]
2018 31 Oct.–3 Nov. China Nanjing, China[4]
2019 12–15 September Brazil São Paulo, Brazil[5]

Medalists

Men

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2016[6]  Alex Sorgente (USA)  Pedro Barros (BRA)  Ivan Federico (ITA)
2017[7]  Oskar Rozenberg Hallberg (SWE)  Pedro Barros (BRA)  Cory Juneau (USA)
2018  Pedro Barros (BRA)  Heimana Reynolds (USA)  Keegan Palmer (AUS)
2019  Heimana Reynolds (USA)  Luiz Francisco (BRA)  Pedro Quintas (BRA)

Women

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2016[6]  Brighton Zeuner (USA)  Jordyn Barratt (USA)  Kisa Nakamura (JPN)
2017[7]  Nora Vasconcellos (USA)  Brighton Zeuner (USA)  Kisa Nakamura (JPN)
2018  Sakura Yosozumi (JPN)  Kisa Nakamura (JPN)  Poppy Starr Olsen (AUS)
2019  Misugu Okamoto (JPN)  Sakura Yosozumi (JPN)  Sky Brown (GBR)

Street skateboarding

Editions

Year Dates City and host country
2010
2011 28 August United States Newark, New Jersey, United States[8]
2012 26 August United States Newark, New Jersey, United States[9]
2013 25 August United States Newark, New Jersey, United States[10]
2014 24 August United States Newark, New Jersey, United States[11]
2015 4 October United States Chicago, United States[12]
2016 2 October United States Los Angeles, United States[13]
2017 15 September United States Los Angeles, United States[14]
2018
(2019)
11–13 January 2019 Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil[15]
2019 19-22 September 2019 Brazil São Paulo, Brazil[16]
2020
(2021)
May 31-June 6, 2021 Italy Rome, Italy
2021 13-14 November 2021 United States Jacksonville, Florida, United States

Medalists

Men
Year Gold Silver Bronze
2010  Nyjah Huston (USA)  Shane O'Neill (AUS)  Sean Malto (USA)
2011  Sean Malto (USA)  Nyjah Huston (USA)  Chris Cole (USA)
2012  Nyjah Huston (USA)  Chris Cole (USA)  Chaz Ortiz (USA)
2013  Chris Cole (USA)  Nyjah Huston (USA)  Luan Oliveira (BRA)
2014  Nyjah Huston (USA)  Torey Pudwill (USA)  Ishod Wair (USA)
2015  Kelvin Hoefler (BRA)  Nyjah Huston (USA)  Luan Oliveira (BRA)
2016  Shane O'Neill (AUS)  Nyjah Huston (USA)  Cody McEntire (USA)
2017  Nyjah Huston (USA)  Shane O'Neill (AUS)  Kelvin Hoefler (BRA)
2018
(2019)
 Nyjah Huston (USA)  Kelvin Hoefler (BRA)  Felipe Gustavo (BRA)
2019  Nyjah Huston (USA)  Yuto Horigome (JPN)  Gustavo Ribeiro (POR)
2020
(2021)
 Yuto Horigome (JPN)  Nyjah Huston (USA)  Sora Shirai (JPN)
2021  Jagger Eaton (USA)  Lucas Rabelo (BRA)  Gustavo Ribeiro (POR)
Women
Year Gold Silver Bronze
2015  Letícia Bufoni (BRA)  Vanessa Torres (USA)  Alana Smith (USA)
2016  Lacey Baker (USA)  Letícia Bufoni (BRA)  Alexis Sablone (USA)
2017  Lacey Baker (USA)  Letícia Bufoni (BRA)  Mariah Duran (USA)
2018
(2019)
 Aori Nishimura (JPN)  Letícia Bufoni (BRA)  Lacey Baker (USA)
2019  Pamela Rosa (BRA)  Rayssa Leal (BRA)  Aori Nishimura (JPN)
2020
(2021)
 Aori Nishimura (JPN)  Momiji Nishiya (JPN)  Rayssa Leal (BRA)
2021  Pamela Rosa (BRA)  Rayssa Leal (BRA)  Momiji Nishiya (JPN)

See also

References

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