In the new competition of the Tokyo Olympics, skateboarding, women's street qualifying was held, and 16-year-old Funa Nakayama became the top qualifying player, and all three Japanese teenagers advanced to the final.
For skateboarding, a women's street qualification was held at Ariake Urban Sports Park in Koto-ku, Tokyo. Three teenagers from 16-year-old Kaede Nakayama participated.
Among them, Nakayama is the "best trick" in which he competes with one big skill, and he has a series of high scores such as hitting the highest score among the participating players, and it is 15.77 out of 40 points, the final by the top 8 players in the qualifying top. I proceeded to.
In addition, Nishiya was second in qualifying at 15.40 and Nishimura was fifth in qualifying at 12.82, and all three Japanese teenagers advanced to the final.
On the other hand, Brazil's Pamela Rosa, who ranked first in the world ranking, did not improve the score and was eliminated from the qualifying in 10th place.
The final will take place on the afternoon of the 26th.
Nakayama "I was really nervous"
Immediately after finishing his turn in qualifying, Funa Nakayama said, "I was very nervous. I couldn't ride the first run well, so I thought I'd ride properly after that. I slipped because I wanted to stay in the final. I wanted to succeed in the technique I wanted to do in the final. "
Nishiya "No mistakes in the final"
Immediately after finishing his turn in qualifying, Kabuki Nishiya said, "I made a lot of mistakes in both the run and the best trick, so it wasn't so good. I'm glad I slipped with a smile. I want to make no mistakes in the final." ..
Nishimura "I want to do what I can"
Immediately after finishing his turn in qualifying, Aori Nishimura said, "I'm relieved that I made three mistakes in the best trick and then succeeded in the last two. I was just thinking about focusing and succeeding. I want to do what I can as usual in the finals. "