Skateboarding has always been seen as a sport for the young and daring, but 63-year-old Judi Oyama is breaking that stereotype. As a pioneer in women's skateboarding, she's been skating for over four decades and is still going strong.
Oyama's love for skateboarding began in the 1970s as a teenager. Skateboarding was a male-dominated sport at the time, but she was determined to break into the scene. She started competing in local contests and quickly gained recognition for her talent and fearlessness.
Over the years, Judi has been a driving force in promoting women's skateboarding. She also helped to organize several women's skateboarding events.
Oyama's true passion lies in skating. She's been skating non-stop, pushing herself to new limits and breaking down barriers. Her style is fast and aggressive, and she's not afraid to take risks.
To this day, she still competes in slalom competitions and is even a member of the US Slalom Skateboarding team.
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