Olympics update- Sakura Yosozumi, aged 19, stunned everyone by winning gold at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
Sakura Yosozumi is a young and phenomenal Japanese skateboarder. She is initially inspired by her older brother to pursue her career in sport. Since 2013, she has been skateboarding and gaining popularity worldwide.
Also, Sakura has won two golds and two bronze medals in the women’s park skateboarding so far.
As per the Olympics, Japan’s Yosozumi claimed gold in the women’s park skateboarding event in the discipline’s debut at the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday.
In contrast, She defeated Kokona Hiraki, 12, took sensational silver, while Britain’s Sky Brown, 12, won bronze at the 2020 Olympics.
Let us find out her height and family background through this article.
Sakura Yosozumi Is 19 Years Of Age At Present
Sakura turned 19 years old on March 15 this year. Meanwhile, the competitor Hiraki and Sky Brown were younger than Sakura.
As per nationality, Yosozumi is Japanese by nationality, and her race or ethnicity is white.
What. A. Final.
— Olympics (@Olympics) August 4, 2021
People are congratulating Sakura, including Kokona Hiraki and GB’s team Sky Brown for winning gold at the 2020 Summer Olympics this year via Twitter.
Sakura Yosozumi Height: How Tall Is She?
Sakura’s height is 5 feet 2 inches tall, according to her Wikipedia page. Likewise, she has an athletic body type that weighs about 52 kg.
Actually, she is quite taller than her teammates in the 2020 Olympic events.
Discussing her sibling’s details, Sakura has a brother whose name is unknown at this very moment.
The active and persistent athlete Sakura has accumulated 43.1k devotees with 224 posts on Instagram so far. Her IG bio states that she is a world champion.
Who Is Sakura Boyfriend Now?
No, Sakura Yosozumi has had no boyfriend lately as she is too young to be in a courtship.
She may reveal the secret in the future. By now, she is fully concentrating on her career.
Who Are Her Parents?
Sakura Yosozumi is competing at the 2020 Olympics for her parents. They inspired her to give her best in the championship.
As per daily mail, GB’s Sky Brown begged her parents to let her go at the Tokyo events. Finally, her mom and dad agreed to compete at the Olympics. It looks like it wasn’t such a struggle for Sakura.
In 2018, Sakura competed at X Games Minneapolis in the women’s park event, where she received a bronze medal obtain a bronze medal.