Sky Brown, 6, is the latest skateboard prodigy

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Sky Brown, 6, is the latest skateboard prodigy. The noodle-loving, pint-sized kid has taken the Internet by storm after a clip of her attacking a miniramp near her home in Japan was posted on Facebook recently (see above). The clip has drawn both praise for her incredible style and passion for the sport, as well as damnation, as she is not wearing any helmet or protective gear. Since this clip above, Sky has posted a new video, which is posted below, where she is wearing a helmet and knee guards.

Sky is following in the footsteps of other incredibly young, talented skater girls such as 6-year-old Quincy Symonds, a.k.a. the “Flying Squirrel,” and Sabre Norris, the 9-year-old whose video of her completing a 540 has had over a million views globally.

Of course it’s not just all about the girls. Last May, 9-year-old Asher Bradshaw become the youngest person to land a 900. Bradshaw completed the trick on a vert ramp at in Tehachapi, California, 15 years after legendary skater Tony Hawk did the trick for the very first time.

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