At the skateboarding world championships, athletes who participated in men's and women's street events returned to Japan on the 7th, and Nishiya, who won the bronze medal in women, looked back on the tournament, saying, "It's a little frustrating, but I was able to skate happily." .

In addition, 12-year-old Ginun Onodera, who won the bronze medal in the men's event, spoke of her joy, saying, "I was happy to land the trick I wanted to score."

The final of the men's and women's streets was held on the 5th in the UAE = United Arab Emirates at the skateboarding world championship, where the world ranking points that will determine the representatives of the Paris Olympics next year are obtained.

In the women's event, 15-year-old Nishiya, a Tokyo Olympic gold medalist, showed a steady skating performance, while in the men's event, Onodera, a first-year junior high school student, performed difficult tricks one after another to win the bronze medal.

After returning to Japan on the 7th, they were interviewed at Narita Airport, and one of them, Onodera, said, "I felt like I was going to finish everything in the final. As for his future goals, he said, "I want to be able to enjoy skateboarding in my own style."

In addition, Nishiya looked back on the tournament, saying, "It's a bit frustrating because I couldn't finish all the tricks I wanted to do, but I was able to enjoy skating."

And about 12-year-old Onodera, he praised him, saying, "It's cool that he has a lot of tricks that no one else has."