In Jacksonville, skateboarding is not a crime, but a championship sport.
World championship level athletic competition is coming to Jacksonville in the form of the Street League Skateboarding Super Crown World Championship Jacksonville November 13-14, on the banks of the St. Johns River.
Mayor Lenny Curry was on hand to hail skateboard championships coming to the city in November.
Curry, a hobbyist skateboarder himself, likely won’t be an active participant. But as is so often the case, he is the city’s lead cheerleader for a sporting event.
“This is a major event for our city,” Curry said of the event that will transform the riverfront into the “world’s largest skate park.”
“It will put our community into the international spotlight,” Curry vowed. “We look forward to welcoming fans from around the world to our Downtown and showcasing all of the great things that Jacksonville has to offer on the world stage.”
The Mayor noted…