Successful contest professional skateboarder and Olympian Rayssa Leal started as a tutu princess girl when she was little in her hometown Imperatriz, Maranhão, Brazil, and she kept going until she became a star.
Monster Energy drink had produced a new mini-documentary profiling the 14-year-old pro skater back in her roots when she was still a novice in skateboarding.
From the moment Leal's career took off, skate Olympian continued to crush records and complete huge milestones beating top-notched athletes in her division.
Globally ranked at 30, the goofy-footed pro made history in 2019 as the youngest competitor to win an SLS tour stop at age 11 and took second place at the SLS World Championship in Brazil that year.
Today, she commands an Instagram following of 6.3 million and pushes the limits of technical street skateboarding.
At the Tokyo Olympics, the young skateboard prodigy took home the silver medal in Women's Street Skateboarding for Brazil.
Leal earned her first X Games gold medal in early 2022 and is currently a top contender to win the SLS Super Crown World Championship in Brazil this fall.
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