Watch a Snowboarder Land a Record-Breaking 1800 Quadruple Cork

British Olympic snowboarder Billy Morgan raised the freestyle bar on Tuesday when he landed the world's first backside 1800-degree quadruple cork in Livigno, Italy. Morgan topped Japanese rider Yuki Kadono's record-setting triple cork 1620, which Kadono pulled off last month at the U.S. Open Slopestyle. The dizzying 1800 quadruple cork requires four off axis flips and five full rotations. According to Red Bull, the massive jump was built exclusively for Morgan's attempt and took 40 hours to construct. Morgan told Red Bull he thought it could have been cleaner, but he's "still pumped."