Sky Brown wins bronze for Team GB in Olympic skateboarding after huge fall last year | Tokyo 2020

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Sky Brown, 13, has become Great Britain’s youngest ever summer Olympics medallist after taking bronze in the women’s skateboarding event.

In a remarkable finish, Brown kick flipped her way into the history books by posting a score of 56.47.

Sakura Yosozumi, 19, and Kokona Hiraki, 12, both representing Japan, won gold and silver,

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