Tricking is a sport with roots in martial arts and sides of tumbling and breakdancing jumbled collectively. The quadruple cork is tricking’s closing feat: an off-axis backflip blended with four rotations within the air on a separate axis. WIRED’s Robbie Gonzalez spoke with about a of the correct trickers on this planet to be taught the design in which they attain it, what makes it so onerous, and whether or not someone will ever manage to tug off a quint.

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