Sebastien Toutant lands backside triple cork 1440

Even though the shred season is coming to a close, Canadian slopestyle star Sebastien Toutant is still busy making history.

The eighteen year old recently put down one of the first-ever backside triple cork 1440s at the Red Bull Performance Camp at Squaw Valley, California.

The perfectly sculpted jump, bluebird conditions, and Seb’s balls of courage, proved the perfect factors to make this feat possible.

Seb was charging the jump all day and even tried to stomp a frontside double cork 1260, which is one of the hardest variations of the double cork. He didn’t quite land the frontside spin, but straight up stomped the backside triple cork 1440.

Touts has been tossing double corks all winter which has helped him win and podium many major contests this season. Now that he has this triple cork in his bag, it’s going to be hard to top this Canadian crusher.