Hubbard graduate part of USA's BMX team at Tokyo Olympics
A Youngstown native will participate in the Tokyo Olympics.
Nick Bruce, 29, is one of four members of the USA's BMX Freestyle Team.
According to USCycling.org, Bruce is a 2011 graduate of Hubbard High School and was studying business at Youngstown State University before taking time off to pursue his BMX career.
The website says Bruce is best known for landing the first flair tailwhip to tailwhip back and landing the first 360 double tailwhip to downside tailwhip.
Bruce participated in the X Games in 2017 and 2019 with his best finish being 4th in the BMX Dirt event.