The first stop on the 2022 SLS Championship Tour will take place in Jacksonville, Florida, over the weekend of July 16-17. Please keep reading our article if you are interested in learning more about G. Ribeiro and the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.
G. Ribeiro Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
At the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena, Ribeiro will not be alone in kicking off his SLS campaign; some of the best male and female street skaters in the world will be there as well.
The Portuguese man who is making his way to the top will be very familiar with the individuals who are at the head of the pack.
Defending Olympic Champion From Tokyo
Although he had trouble getting traction in Rome, incumbent Olympic champion Horigome Yuto of Japan will present a formidable challenge in Florida. Huston and Giraud, both of whom have recently placed in the top three, will also be contending.
Brazilian street skating superstar Rayssa Leal is at the head of a strong pack of top skateboarders that includes Olympic gold champion Nishiya Momiji and bronze medalist Nakayama Funa of Japan on the women’s side.
Once the SLS tour is done in Florida, the next stop will be at Seattle, Washington’s Angel of Winds arena a month later (13-14 August). The third and final leg will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, on October 8 and 9, followed by the Super Crown World Championships in Rio de Janeiro, the capital of Brazil.
Ribeiro will have ample opportunity to solidify his climb at each of the four visits; all that remains is for him to perform. Thank you for taking the time to read about the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2020 from the perspective of G. Ribeiro. Read on, and I hope you enjoy the rest of your day.