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? The Rome Park 2023 Skateboard World Championships will be held at the Spot Skatepark in Lido di Ostia, Rome, Italy, from 1 to 8 October.
The competition will get underway following three days of official practice on Wednesday 4 October with the Men’s Qualifier, with the Women’s Qualifier kicking off Thursday.
Where can I find a schedule?
1 - 3 October: Practice Sessions
4 October: Men’s Qualifiers
5 October: Women’s Qualifiers
6 October: Quarter Finals
7 October: Semi Finals
8 October: Finals
Simply click here for a look at the full schedule.
Who will be representing Australia?
The Australian team is jam packed with skateboarding stars including Tokyo 2020 gold medallist Keegan Palmer, 2023 X Games gold medallist Arisa Trew, and Ruby Trew who is currently placed 4th in World Rankings, just to name a few!
In a Park first, four skaters have also been selected through a performance pathway initiative that will see the young athletes compete on the world stage for the first time; Jake Thatcher, Jada Ward, Coco Crafter and Taj Wolfenden.
To find out more about the team click here
How can I watch the 2023 Park World Championships? Livestream coverage of WST Rome Park 2023 World Championships will be available to watch worldwide on the Olympic Channel via Olympics.com and will begin with the semi-finals on Saturday 7 October and include the finals on Sunday 8 October.
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