Meet Japan’s 81-year-old skateboarder

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South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Meet Japan’s 81-year-old skateboarder” – below is their description.

Skateboarders typically start young, but age is of no concern for Yoshio Kinoshita. The 81-year-old began learning the sport two years ago. Now he can glide around the local park in Osaka alongside skateboarders decades younger than him.

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