At only 14 years old, Sky has held a dauntingly impressive professional record for over 4 years – making her the youngest ever professional skateboarder in the world. Representing Great Britain in the 2020 Summer Olympics at the age of 13, Sky picked up Bronze in the park event, making her the country’s youngest ever medallist.
Sky Brown wearing the TAG Heuer Formula 1 chronograph (CAZ101AN.FT8055)
But her talents don’t stop there; she is also an exceptionally skilled surfer, and is considering competing in the GB Olympic Team. And if you can stand any more talent… in the same year she went pro, she also won the American TV programme ‘Dancing with the Stars: Juniors’.
Dividing her time between Miyazaki, Japan and the US, Brown always keeps her skills sharp. And just in case you thought a global pandemic might hinder this Force of Nature, let us be the first and proudest to tell you that instead, Sky took Gold at the Prestigious X Games. Twice.
Sky Brown wearing the TAG Heuer Formula 1 chronograph (CAZ101AP.FT8056)
In 2021 and 2022, Brown took audiences’ breath away with two stunning performances – and in 2022, a TAG Heuer Connected accompanied her to glory. The past two years have also seen her talents and dedication recognised at a global level, when she won the 2021 BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award – quickly followed by 2022’s Comeback of the Year Award at the Laureus World Sports Awards.
Even with so much achievement already under her belt, Sky Brown will undoubtedly continue to grow beyond even our wildest predictions in the years to come. She has proven herself to be an athlete who exceeds the ‘possible’, and has encouraged us to view the world of sports in a different light. She is a young woman who confounds expectations, and continuously inspires us to reach beyond our limitations. Quite simply, we couldn’t be prouder to call her a TAG Heuer Ambassador.