Five Sequences: 2009 Contents Pages

To welcome the new year we gathered up all of the contents page sequences from 2009.

Posted: January 1st, 2010

Fakie ollie switch front feeble? Fuck yeah. Derek Elmendorf lives to tell. Photos: Burnett

You gotta be quick to get a trick at the 'Con these days. Nick Merlino drops a switch backside heelflip in three tries. Photos: Coulthard

Clipper gets KFFBrded by Jamie Tancowny. Photos: Burnett

Am of the year James Hardy is all growed up on this backside 180 fakie 50-50 at Rincon. Photos: Shigeo

Brandon Westgate spine transfers a different way: 50-50 drop in the Far East. Photos: Mapstone

Watch Cody McEntire bigspin in SJ. Wow, far out. Photos: Burnett

Sierra Fellers is a fuckin' magician. Check this switch frontside heelflip into the ditch of doom. Photos: Broach

Tony Trujillo gets shot end over end out of a desert cannon, but rides away unharmed down the spillway. Photos: Burnett

Countless boards have ended up in the wash at Winona, which is why Aaron "Jaws" Homoki cranked up the spin cycle on this bolts back three. Photos: Bush

Vert frontside fives look like flairs on a bike. Mega heelflip frontside fives look like Bob on a skateboard. Photos: Fick

Chris Cole 360 ollied Wallenberg and Cab front blunted an 8-stair all in one year? For sure! No little kids took it to the face this time... Photos: Shigeo
  • Fourstar's "Obtuse Moments" Video

    Fourstar's "Obtuse Moments" Video
    Big guns and bigger fun when Ishod, Carroll, Brophy, Puig, Gerwer, TNT and the boys barnstorm the Olde World. Sixteen-plus minutes of wünderbar!
  • Fourstar's "Obtuse Moments" Teaser

    Fourstar's "Obtuse Moments" Teaser
    Fun in the Euro sun with skateboarding's premier good-times clothing team. See it all this Thursday.
  • Etnies' "Strobe Lights and Motorbikes" Video

    Etnies' "Strobe Lights and Motorbikes" Video
    Jet-setting trips to China and Spain are great, but sometimes just piling into the van and lurking up the coast can be really productive, and even more fun... Before the rain washed them off the streets.
  • Cody McEntire's "T-1000" Part

    Cody McEntire's "T-1000" Part
    The board control is so dialed you just know he could do half of these tricks in his sleep. Cody’s no newcomer to the scene, but this part really showcases his capabilities on a board. Rewind and repeat.
  • Cody McEntire Interview

    Cody McEntire Interview
    Cody’s precision flip is so consistent that even other pros shake their heads in disbelief. He’s known for being a quiet guy but here he opens up about filming missions, the importance of video parts, and getting healthy.