The annual summer Dew Tour skateboard competition and festival to be held June 13-16 in Long Beach, California will serve as the first official global Olympic qualifying event in the U.S. for men's and women's skateboarding park and street competitions in 2019 and the final qualifying event in 2020.

More than 300 of the world's top male and female skateboarders will compete in individual Park and Street events for a chance to win the Dew Tour title, while earning valuable points toward their country's Olympic skateboarding team. Expected to compete at this year's event include USA Skateboarding national team members such as Nyjah Huston, Jagger Eaton, Tristan Rennie, Mariah Duran, Lacey Baker, Jordyn Barratt, as well as international skaters Oskar Rozenberg (SWE), Kelvin Hoefler (BRA), Pamela Rosa (BRA), Yuto Horigome (JPN), Leticia Bufoni (BRA) and Ryan Decenzo (CAN).

"This year is arguably the most exciting and interesting year in skateboarding and Olympic history," said MTN DEW skater and USA Skateboarding national team member Mariah Duran. "From making the first-ever USA Skateboarding national team to joining the Mountain Dew team as the first female skater, it continues to be a groundbreaking year. I can't wait to skate and see how it all unfolds at the first-ever global Olympic qualifier at Dew Tour in Long Beach."

The Olympic qualification system will be based on World Skateboarding Rankings maintained by World Skate, the sport's International Governing Body. Skateboarders will earn points by competing in World Skate sanctioned events during the Olympic qualifying period beginning January 1, 2019 and ending May 31, 2020. Dew Tour, as part of the World Skate sanctioned Five-Star Street and Park skateboarding series, will serve as the first qualifying event in the U.S. in 2019 and the last qualifying event in the U.S. in 2020.

This year's Dew Tour also includes the Dew Tour Experience, a vibrant interactive sponsor village and Dew Tour on the Green, a festival of outdoor music, local food and drink vendors and lifestyle activations, including a public skate park. Various events incorporating the Long Beach community will also be featured throughout the weekend through local nonprofit partners. Dew Tour is free and open to the public.