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Here’s a double cork 1440 that you don’t see every day

It’s safe to say that freeskier Dean Bercovitch has impeccable air awareness. Not only can he spin like a top, but Berco also has some unique style. This week, Bercovitch stomped a variation of a double cork 1440, where the first 1080 is completed in the first flip and the final 360 is done in the second flip. He’s calling the trick “The Eddy,” a play on the definition of an “eddy” in a body of water—a circular movement of water, counter to a main current, causing a small whirlpool. We’re stoked to see what else Bercovitch can put to his feet in the future.

Let us know what you think of The Eddy in the comments section below.

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