Marcus Kleveland is definitely one of the most talented snowboard wonderkids out there when it comes to flat spins.
That might not be such a big story, but besides also being almost as good on freestyle skis as he is on his snowboard, this Dombas native has raised the bar of progressive snowboarding a lot of times already – despite his young age.
While he doesn't even need big booters to show spin-to-win haters his skills and the virtual middle finger, he is also able to add some more difficulty with style.
Back in 2013, at the age of 13, Kleveland became the youngest rider ever to land a triple cork on a purpose-built kicker in Vierli, Norway.
Three years later and still a teen, he joined an exclusive club with Billy Morgan and Max Parrot by stomping a backside quad 18.
And as this wouldn't be enough of impressive performances, he celebrated a perfect World Cup debut at the Big Air and the City event in Milan, Italy in November 2016 by taking home the win.