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July 26, 2019
Sky Brown, the 11-year-old skateboarding sensation with an international following, will be in Ocean City Aug. 6 to 8 and will be the grand marshal of the 110th annual Ocean City Baby Parade.
Sky will meet with fans and give skateboard and surfing demonstrations in addition to participating in the parade. 
She is a professional skateboarder and surfer from Miyazaki, Japan. With a Japanese mother and a British father, Sky chose to compete for Team Great Britain in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, making her the youngest athlete to compete there. She is also Great Britain's youngest Summer Olympian ever, and the youngest Olympic athlete since 1936.
Sky began skating and surfing at age two and quickly became a phenomenon when short videos of her gained millions of views on YouTube.  In the fall of 2018, she became the first-ever winner of ABC’s hit competition show, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors. Sky continues to be the youngest athlete a number of brands have ever endorsed, including brands such as, Nike, GoPro, Samsung and more. She hopes to continue making history while inspiring young girls and women across the world to reach for their dreams and become unstoppable.
Her schedule will include:
Tuesday, August 6
Thursday, August 8
Tickets for these opportunities to meet, skate and surf with Sky will go on sale at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 27. Visit, call 609-399-6111 or stop by the Ocean City Music Pier Box Office (Boardwalk at Moorlyn Terrace), the City Hall Welcome Center (9th Street and Asbury Avenue) or the Roy Gillian Welcome Center (on the Route 52 causeway). 
The meet-and-greets will be held rain-or-shine. Due to safety, inclement weather would cancel the skateboarding demonstration and open skate. The public is invited to watch Sky skate from outside the park gates. 
The hit British TV show “TransWorld Sport” will be film a full episode featuring Ocean City and Sky Brown at the Skate Park and Seventh Street Beach.
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