Roos Zwetsloot (2000) recently gave up hockey to focus on a skateboarding career after years of juggling the two at once. After suffering a serious knee injury, she spent several months recovering. Now she’s back on the board and back on the world stage, stronger than ever and ready to win some medals again.
Commit' is a no-nonsense summary of Roos Zwetsloot's life as an Olympic skateboarder. Roos commits to an Olympic medal, with a work hard, play hard attitude.
Visit the small beginnings - and big jumps - in her hometown Zeist. Take an exclusive trip to memory lane about the injury that changed everything. Watch how hard work and commitment pay off as she trains relentlessly in The Hague, working towards an ever-increasing chance of a shining gold medal.
Not every skateboarder is a typical rebel. Roos is a disciplined athlete first and foremost. Falling and getting up is what it's all about for her. Boldly she masters skateboarding, whilst enjoying the unwavering support of friends and family.