Claire Parks, a young prodigy of only 16 years old, has won the World Skate Scootering Pro Tour Park Champion title. Her meteoric rise in the world of international competitions began in 2019, and since then, her growth has known no limits.

Her look to the future is ambitious and promising. Claire Parks plans to compete in Sydney, Australia, next month, continue to dazzle in Rome in 2024 and finally aim to reach the top at the 2028 Olympics. This young athlete has become an inspiration for women venturing into urban sports, being a true benchmark in this field.

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On the other hand, Sophie Molyneux, has also made her mark on the World Skate Scootering Pro Tour by winning the Street category. This talented British rider, who previously focused exclusively on Park, surprised everyone with a brilliant performance in Street.

Sophie has already won a few medals in the Urban World Series and her rise seems unstoppable. Her perseverance and determination to learn and improve continue to be her greatest assets. She also has her sights set on the 2028 Olympics, where it is very likely we will be able to see her shine again.

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Without a doubt both riders are making a difference in a sport historically dominated by boys. They are defying gender stereotypes and showing the world that scootering is for everyone, regardless of gender. Their success inspires other girls to follow in their footsteps and reminds us of the importance of equality in all fields and sports.