Young Valley skateboarder hopes to one day contest in Olympics
November 28, 2017 - skateboarding
PEORIA, AZ – For a initial time in history, skateboarding will be deliberate a competition in a 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and one Valley child is already in training mode for a games in 2024.
For 11-year-old Lazer, skateboarding is life.
Lazer trains 6 hours a day, 5 days a week. The training and use is so rigorous, he’s tutored for propagandize to concede for some-more time on a board.
“I started skateboarding when we was 5 years-old,” pronounced Lazer.
He enjoyed it so most he forsaken out of other sports.
“It only felt perfect, like we favourite it so most some-more than football and soccer,” pronounced Lazer.
The thing is, he’s good and he’s distant from a standard 11 year-old.
He has dual coaches, an agent, a manager, and already a sponsorship from Vans.
He travels a country competing, and winning.
Just about each hour of his day is scheduled, from a time he wakes up, to a time he goes to bed.
“Having a schedule, it’s not too bad when we unequivocally wish to be super good during something,” pronounced Lazer.
Now he’s anticipating to go for a 2024 summer Olympics in Paris.
His relatives are ancillary him. They even built a 91 West Skate Park in Peoria for him to practice.
“If we get disheartened and we can’t do a trick, we only keep trying,” pronounced Lazer. “Just keep going, don’t stop.”