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2012 Contents Sequences

We rounded up all the sequences that graced our contents pages in 2012 and brought the gnar to life.

Posted: December 28, 2012


What kinda shit is this? Cory Kennedy, nosegrind nollie flip out. Hey vert dudes, you’re next. Sequence: Rhino


Dirty hands mean you’re gettin’ to work. Alec Majerus, big business back noseblunt. Sequence: Burnett


It’s no backside flip down El Toro, but this three-flip in Hollywood will have to do. Ryan Sheckler is God? Sequence: Pudwill, with an assist from Broach


His brother hit a pole with his head on KOTR 2010, but big bro Ryan Decenzo frontside 360s a triple set with no slam involved. Sequence: Rhino


Hard-ass Clint Walker never thinks twice about gettin’ some. Ollie grind, ollie in. Sequence: Rhino


Jacob Walder throws his feet in a blender and lives to tell about it. Switch inward heel tailslide. Sequence: Zaslavsky


Kyle Walker has kickflips down. This one’s caught, shiftied, and way past the curb. Sequence: Burnett


Blizzards? In Brea? Moooose… Sequence: Broach


The first frame says it all: “Showtime, bitches! Incoming!” Milton Martinez, shock-and-awe in Noe Valley. Sequence: Brook


He asked for the gnarliest spot in San Diego and he got it. Colombia’s David Gonzalez grinds through the kink, off the drop, and into skate history. Sequence: Burnett


Roots skating is all the rage. Take a Sargent Safeway curb trick and throw it down the biggest rail you can find. John Fitzgerald, boardslide to feeble. Sequence: Brook


The last real Don. It’s officially Andrew Reynolds. Triple-set, full-Cab. Sequence: Burnett
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