12-year-old skateboarder Cocona Hiraki caught the attention at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The Japanese skateboarder attracted attention with his skills in Tokyo. Despite being only 12 years old, “Cocona Hiraki”, representing her country and successfully doing this, became one of the youngest athletes of the Olympics.
Skateboarding – Women’s Park – Medal Ceremony – Ariake Urban Sports Park – Tokyo, Japan – August 4, 2021. Gold medalist Japanese Sakura Yosozumi celebrates on the podium alongside silver medalist Japanese Cocona Hiraki and bronze medalist Sky Brown of Britain.
Gold medalist Sakura Yosozumi, silver medalist Cocona Hiraki and bronze medalist Sky Brown got the principal decorations for ladies’ park skating at the Olympics.
Misugu Okamoto, a 15-year old skateboarder from focal Japan, had gone into Wednesday’s park finals in top position, just to miss the arrival of a significant stunt, which slid her to fourth place.
Japan’s Sakura Yosozumi took gold and Cocona Hiraki, 12, took silver in the principal ladies’ Olympic park skating last. Sky Brown, 13, took bronze.