Street Skateboarding World Championships Rome June 2022

Qualification Olympic Games Paris 2024

The road to Paris 2024 starts in Rome. The first street event from the qualification path towards the Olympic Games in Paris, will be held in Rome at the Parco del Colle Oppio e delle Terme di Traiano next to the Colisseum, from Sunday June 26th to July 3rd 2022. The skatepark for this event was designed and built by Californiaskateparks.

So what are the rules of this Pro Tour event? National Federations are allowed to register 6 athletes per gender. Pre-seeded skaters do not count against the Country Quota registration limit. The TOP 5 ranked athletes and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games medalists, skip the Open Qualifier and will be pre-seeded directly into a following competition phase. Skaters ranked 6th to 30th will be seeded to the Open Qualifier.

Provisional Schedule

  • Sunday, June 26th, Monday, June 27th, Tuesday, June 28th: Practice Sessions - Men and Women
  • Wednesday, June 29th: Competition + Pre-seeded skaters practice
  • Thursday, June 30th, 2022: Competition + Pre-seeded skaters practice
  • Friday, July 1st, Saturday July 2nd, Sunday, July 3rd: Competition

Competition Format and Seeding

Open Qualifier

  • 2 Runs, best Run counts
  • Top 32 athletes per gender advance to the quarterfinal.

Quarterfinal 

  • 2 Runs, best Run counts 32 athletes per gender
  • Top 16 athletes per gender advance to the Semifinal.

Semifinal

  • New Olympic format 2/5/3: 2 Runs, 5 Best Trick Attempts, 3 Scores counts = Best Run + 2 best Trick Scores
  • Top 8 athletes per gender advance to the Semifinal.

Final 

  • New Olympic format 2/5/3: 2 Runs, 5 Best Trick Attempts, 3 Scores counts = Best Run + 2 best Trick Scores

Top 5 and Olympic medalists Women

  1. Pamela Rosa (Brazil)
  2. Rayssa Leal (Brazil)
  3. Aori Nishimura (Japan) - Gold Medal
  4. Leticia Bufoni (Brazil)
  5. Momiji Nishiya (Japan) - Silver Medal
  6. Funa Nakayama (Japan) - Bronze Medal

Top 5 and Olympic medalists Men

  1. Nyjah Huston (USA)
  2. Yuto Horigome (Japan) - Gold Medal
  3. Sora Shirai (Japan)
  4. Kelvin Hoefler (Brazil) - Silver Medal
  5. Gustavo Ribeiro (Portugal)
  6. Jagger Eaton (USA) - Bronze Medal

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By Haroun Cherif

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