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Ultimate fan guide to the Olympic Qualifier Series Budapest

Olympic Qualifier Series Budapest begins today with both Street and Park skateboarders competing amongst 44 other athletes per gender per discipline with the goal to improve their World Skate Rankings and remain in contention for a Paris 2024 qualification ranking. 


Before the competition gets underway, we've got you covered with everything you need to know about the schedule, how you can keep up to date with results and much more! Check it out...


When & where is it?


Part 2 of the Olympic Qualifier Series will be held at Ludovika Campus, Budapest from 20 to 23 June. 


Competition begins on Thursday 20 June with the Women's Park Preliminary round and the Men’s Street Preliminary round. 


Where can I find a schedule?


Thursday 20 June: 

Women’s Park Preliminary - from 7:40 PM AEST


Friday 21 June: 

Men’s Street Preliminary - from 12:35 AM AEST

Men’s Park Preliminary - from 7:40 PM AEST


Saturday 22 June: 

Women’s Street Preliminary - from 12:35 PM AEST

Women’s Park Semi Final - from 5:30PM AEST

Men’s Street Semi Final - from 7:15 PM AEST

Men’s Park Semi Final - from 11:30 PM AEST


Sunday 23 June:

Women’s Street Semi Final - from 1:05 AM AEST

Women's Park Final - from 6:30 PM AEST

Men's Street Final - from 8:00 PM AEST 

Men’s Park Final - from 11:00 PM AEST


Monday 24 June: 

Women’s Street Final - from 1:00 AM AEST


For updates to schedules please visit World Skate


Who will be representing Australia? 

Australia will have 12 Park athletes and 7 Street athletes competing in Budapest. 

Gold Coast teen, Arisa Trew led the way for the Aussie contingent in Shanghai with an outstanding gold medal performance in the Women's Park Final.


Tokyo gold medalist Keegan Palmer took out silver with Kieran Woolley, Chloe Covell and Ruby Trew also achieving top eight placings to help their World Rankings.


To find out more about the team click here


How can I watch the Olympic Qualifier Series Budapest?


Livestream coverage of OQS Budapest will be available to watch live and free on 9Now and the Olympic Channel via Olympics.com 


How can I stay up-to-date with all the latest news and highlights?


Find out more on the Olympics website here or follow us on social media for daily updates of our Aussies in action:


Facebook - @skate.australia

Instagram - @skateaustralia

Twitter - @SkateAustralia




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