Fuel TV to air World Skate Olympics qualifying events

Action sports broadcaster Fuel TV has entered into a partnership with the roller sports international governing body, World Skate to broadcast three 2023 qualifying events ahead of Paris 2024 Olympics.

Coverage of Paris 2024 Olympic Men & Women qualifying events includes the Rome Street Qualifier (June 24th – 25th), the Lausanne Street Qualifier September 15—16) and the Rome Park World Championships (October 7—8).

The sport network will also air highlights of previous World Skate events and all live action. Fuel TV said with this partnership it aims to “raise the profile of skateboarding as a globally recognized sport.”

“We are delighted to renew our partnership with World Skate and continue our mission of showcasing the best in action sports to our global audience,” said Fernando Figueiredo, CEO of FUEL TV. “Skateboarding’s presence in the Olympic Games has propelled the sport to new heights, and we are honored to broadcast these highly anticipated Paris 2024 Olympic qualifier events.”

“We are thrilled to renew our partnership with FUEL TV, a trusted and influential broadcaster in the action sports industry,” said Willys Saxon-Mills, World Skate’s marketing and business development director. “Their expertise in delivering high-quality content ensures that skateboarding fans around the world can witness the excitement and talent displayed during these Paris 2024 Olympic qualifier events.”

The sport and culture television series exclusively broadcasts content focused on surfing, Skateboarding, Snowboarding, Free Skiing, BMX and MTB.

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