O’Neill Evolution 2013: Maxence Parrot – Backside 1440 triple cork

Maxence Parrot took first place at the 2013 O’Neill Evolution Big Air in Davos with a Backside 1440 triple cork to beat out Kyle Mack’s first ever triple rodeo 1440 indy thrown in a competition.

This has to be the cleanest triple cork we’ve ever seen in competition history.

Third Place Run: Kalle Järvilehto – Backside 1260 mute

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