A new study has found that girls’ preference for skateboarding has increased since the introduction of the Xl skateboard.
The study, published by the National Center for Health Statistics, found that from 2010 to 2015, girls jumped on 8,890,876 skateboards.
The jump is mostly due to the increase in the popularity of the skateboard among teenagers.
The average skateboard size is now 13 inches in diameter.
The study found that a girl’s preference for the skate has also increased in the last six years, with an average of 11% of girls choosing to skate.
The study found an increase of 14% among boys between 2010 and 2015, while an increase in 15% of boys was seen among girls.
However, the study does not include girls who have not picked up a skateboard, but rather a skate that was left in the street.
The report said that the findings could not be attributed to a “mild” or “severe” gender bias.
“This finding has important implications for policy and advocacy on the role of gender and gender-specific knowledge in the purchase and purchase of skateboard equipment,” it said.
“The findings also highlight the need to examine the impact of gender, race and ethnicity, socio-economic status, and cultural factors on the purchase of a skateboarding platform.”
The study did not identify a cause behind the increase, but a spokesperson for the National Skateboard Association told ABC News that the association had no comment on the study.