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It was also done here in a gym with the aid of a spotter and a large crashmat: [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUjIwOobYcg]
 
It was also done here in a gym with the aid of a spotter and a large crashmat: [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUjIwOobYcg]
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Revision as of 00:33, 29 June 2009

A wallflip (or Wall Backflip) is a backtuck done with one step on a wall or a tree.

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Wallflip Fulltwist

Invented by Chase Armitage.

Wall Double Fulltwist

Ben "Jenx" Jenkins was the first one to do it on concrete and off one step. [1]

Double Wallflip

Skynative was the first to land it on a slanted wall on mats, but has not yet attempted it on a flat wall or outside.[2]

It was attempted outside here with the aid of spotters, but was bailed: [3]

It was also done here in a gym with the aid of a spotter and a large crashmat: [4]