Snowboarder Becomes First to Nail Brutally Tough 1800 Quadruple Cork
Talk about flipping out.
British snowboarder Billy Morgan pulled off a truly memorable move when he recently completed the world's first 1800 quadruple cork in Livigno, Italy.
Long considered one of the most difficult stunts in snowboarding, the 1800 quadruple cork features four flips while doing five total rotations with the body. Morgan's landing wasn't super clean, but it's more than good enough considering the historic effort he just put in successfully doing the cork.
We're dizzy just watching this and have a pretty strong suspicion you'll be, too.