The tables have turned, and competitive girl skateboarder Shilo Catori received her first-place victory in The Boardr Miami Open Women's contest beating transgender skateboarder Ricci Tres in the grand finals.
The 14-year-old has got all the skateboarders, and the masses pity her after losing to a 29-year-old transgender skateboarder and Navy Veteran in the Boardr Open skateboarding competition, an event sponsored by Red Bull and Sports Illustrated.
Hence, that didn't stop Catori from improving herself, and she kept practicing until she got her dream - becoming a champion in her field.
Catori spearheaded impressive handrail tricks, such as frontside 50-50 on a hubba, frontside boardslide on a handrail, kickflip down a four stair, and another frontside lipslide on a rail.
Congratulations to Catori for winning and never giving up despite all the controversies in transgender people in women's skateboarding contests.