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12 year old kid lands the first recorded 1080 on a purpose built skate ramp. And it was only his 5th attempt. Kudos indeed. Oh and did I mention he was 12. I truly thought this was only ever going to be seen in Video Games.
He's probably going to go back on a scooter and do kick flips for the rest of his life anyway.
"A BLIND, DEAF, COMATOSE, LOBOTOMY PATIENT COULD FEEL, MY ANGER "
At 4/1/12 04:08 PM, Sevkat wrote: Impressive.
But, hasn't a 1080 already been landed on both snowboard and skateboard?
Snowboard yes, skateboard no. It was the first time on a skateboard.
step 1, jump out of airplane with skateboard taped to your feet.
step 2, spin around a lot of times.
step 3, pull parachute and land safely.
btw I'm 12 years old.
I feel ashamed, calling myself a skater.
Am I the only one who counted 2.5 and not a full 3?
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At 4/1/12 08:56 PM, RacistBassist wrote: Am I the only one who counted 2.5 and not a full 3?
I counted 3. And he took off front foot forward and landed front foot forward so it had to be 3 full rotations.
The fact that it was done on a ramp built specifically to make a 1080 possible kinda defeats the purpose. Any skilled skater could do a 1080 on that ramp, which makes this kid simply the first person to use this ramp for what it was built for.
I would sooner congratulate the builder of the ramp than the 12 year old.