Most Consecutive 360 Flips On A Skateboard

Brazil Sidney Arakaki


Londrina, Brazil / March 26, 2015

Sidney A. completed seven consecutive 360 flips on a skateboard. The final flip wasn't counted, as Sidney did not land cleanly.

- must remain on board for duration of attempt
- may touch one foot to ground to control speed
- may not pause for more than 10 seconds between flips
- must cleanly land all flips
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


Tags: mosttrickDreamworksTVkidsskateboardskateboarding360 flip

  • United States Mason Montemayor

    Mason Montemayor

    Oh my gosh, I wish I could do even 1 360 flips!

  • United States Anna Nowak

    Anna Nowak


  • United States Ryan Murphy

    Ryan Murphy

    Though this feat is indubitably dangerous, it would not be hard to alter reality to your favor, should you attach (though more specifically weld) weights (balanced so as to not alter the balance of the blades) you might find that you could alter/cheat the lawn mower's inherent fight to offset the force of gravity. A similar phenomenom may be observed if you rotate a weight lifting plate at high speeds while holding a stick in it's center. The force of spinning a weighted object offers the opportunity to balance the object without any effort from an outside force.

  • India walt ford

    walt ford

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  • Northern Ireland Martin Tuson

    Martin Tuson

    Great job my friend

  • United States Dush bag

    Dush bag

    Fuck this nigga

  • United States Corey Henderson

    Corey Henderson

    Perhaps off-topic, but I love those shoes. What are they?

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Just found evidence on The Berrics of an attempt that beats this. Also updated the Rules, bringing over an established set from the Most Consecutive Shuvits category. We'll reach out to Taylor from the Berrics and ask him to submit his attempt.

  • United States Simon Kirk

    Simon Kirk

    Since there's no time limit, does it matter how long the gap in between flips is?

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