360 precision

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A 360 precision is a precision jump from one point to another with a complete vertical spin. It is often performed between short walls and gaps, since it is difficult to land onto rails, or from long distances as there's very little time to spot the landing. 360 precisions can be performed from a running or standing start.

Variations include the 360 crane and 360 cat leap.

The 720 precision has been performed over very small gaps by some athletes including Zyrken and one of the Tapp Brothers in a recent video.[citation needed]