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Olympic profile: Heimana Reynolds will let his creative juices flow in Tokyo

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                                Heimana Reynolds says he’s been skateboarding most of his life and looks at his craft as a profession and not simply an activity.
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Heimana Reynolds says he’s been skateboarding most of his life and looks at his craft as a profession and not simply an activity.

CHRIS DANGAARD / KT TAPE
                                Heimana Reynolds
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Heimana Reynolds

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                                Heimana Reynolds of the U.S. celebrates holding his national flag after wining the Skate Park World Championship in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019.
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Heimana Reynolds of the U.S. celebrates holding his national flag after wining the Skate Park World Championship in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019.

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                                Jordyn Barratt, far left, who was born in Haleiwa, and Honolulu’s Heimana Reynolds will participate in the Olympic Games in the skateboard park competition.
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EVAN AGOSTINI / INVISION / AP

Jordyn Barratt, far left, who was born in Haleiwa, and Honolulu’s Heimana Reynolds will participate in the Olympic Games in the skateboard park competition.

CHRIS DANGAARD / KT TAPE
                                Heimana Reynolds says he’s been skateboarding most of his life and looks at his craft as a profession and not simply an activity.
CHRIS DANGAARD / KT TAPE
                                Heimana Reynolds
ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                Heimana Reynolds of the U.S. celebrates holding his national flag after wining the Skate Park World Championship in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019.
EVAN AGOSTINI / INVISION / AP
                                Jordyn Barratt, far left, who was born in Haleiwa, and Honolulu’s Heimana Reynolds will participate in the Olympic Games in the skateboard park competition.