Skateboarding has officially cemented its place in the Olympic lineup as a fully-fledged permanent sport for the 2028 Summer Games.
The decision marks an influential moment in the history of the Olympics and skateboarding, showcasing the sport's ever-growing popularity and global appeal.
The road to skateboarding's inclusion as a permanent Olympic sport has been filled with excitement and anticipation.
The sport made its Olympic debut as part of the Tokyo 2020 Games, and it was met with enthusiasm from athletes, fans, and the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
To prepare for the 2028 Olympics, skateboarding federations and governing bodies will work closely with the IOC to ensure that the event is executed with the same level of excellence and professionalism seen in more traditional Olympic sports.
This collaboration will help maintain the spirit and identity of skateboarding while adhering to Olympic standards.