Who are Sky Brown’s Parents? Bio, Wiki, Age, Breaks World Record

Who is Sky Brown?

Sky Brown is a British-Japanese skateboarder who represents the United Kingdom.

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She is the world’s youngest professional skateboarder and the winner of the American television show Dancing with the Stars: Juniors.

She was chosen to represent Great Britain at the 2020 Summer Olympics at the age of twelve, where she won a bronze medal.

Sky Brown Biography

Real NameSky Brown
NicknameSky
Birthdate7 July 2008
Age13 Years Old
BirthplaceMiyazaki, Japan
ProfessionSkateboarder
NationalityBritish-Japanese
FatherStu Brown
MotherMieko Brown
Relationship StatusSingle

Age

As of 2021, She is 13 years old.

She was born on 7 July 2008 in Miyazaki, Japan.

Sky Brown Parents

Sky Brown was born in the Japanese city of Miyazaki. Her father’s name is Stu Brown, he is from the UK and her mother’s name is Mieko Brown, she is from Japan.

Her name is pronounced Sukai in Japanese, and like her surname, it is written entirely in kana systems, as is customary for non-traditional Japanese names. Her British father spent several years in the United States before relocating to Japan.

Brown lives in Miyazaki but travels to the United States for half of the year. Her family is a skateboarding family, and her kindergarten had a skate park.

Because there are no skate parks in her hometown of Takanabe, Miyazaki, she now has a skating ramp in her backyard.

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Brown enjoys surfing in addition to skateboarding, and she wakes up at 5 a.m. most mornings to surf.

Sky Brown Breaks World Record

She is currently the youngest ever Olympic medalist for Team GB.

It wasn’t the color she wanted, but the two Japanese females in front of her were very stunning. It was a sweltering occasion.

Sakura Yosozumi (60.09) put up a fantastic performance to win gold with her first run in the final, defeating Hiraki Kokona (59.04) in a shocking 1-2 for Japan.

Sky Brown (56.47) of Team GB jumped from fourth place to capture the bronze medal, relegating Okamoto Misugu and preventing Japan from completing an incredible clean sweep in this event.

Poppy Olsen of Australia represented her country proud but finished fifth, one position ahead of Bryce Wettstein of the United States.

As a result, a 12-year-old takes home silver and a 13-year-old takes home bronze. Remarkable.

 

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