Teenage skateboarder Kieran Woolley has continued to prove he is not intimidated by his older rivals, recording a number of impressive results in recent weeks.
Just four days after returning from China where he competed at the Park Skateboarding World Championships, Woolley contested the Bondi Fish Bowl Frenzy. There, he came second in the opens division.
The 14-year-old then returned a fortnight later to compete in the Five Dock King of the Concrete competition.
There he went one better, taking out the event and defeating some high-quality rivals in the process.
Woolley has also recently spent time training in Queensland, landing new tricks as he continues his quest to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics.
With the summer skateboarding season picking up, Woolley has no time to rest, with competitions in Goulburn, Bar Beach and Ballina scheduled in the lead up to Christmas.