Lizzie Armanto: The future of women's skateboarding

Lizzie Armanto: The future of women's skateboarding

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Lizzie Armanto: The future of women's skateboarding

At only 20 years of age, Lizzie Armanto has been re-writing skateboarding history. A native of Santa Monica, California, Lizzie started skating in 2007 with her younger brother. Since then she has dominated women’s skateboarding, competing in the men’s division in international contests, and most recently winning a gold medal at X Games just a few days ago. It’s safe to say the future of women’s skateboarding is in safe hands.

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