Found March 30, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Tony Hawk
Somewhere, Tony Hawk is picking his jaw up off the floor. After the legendary skateboarder finally completed the first 900 in the sport's history during the 1999 X Games, his feat was one-upped on Monday... by a sixth-grader. Tom Schaar, 12, of Malibu Calif. landed the first-ever 1080 -- three complete rotations -- before any other boarder, professional or amateur. Schaar completed the 1080 at a skate park in Tehachapi, Calif., on just his fifth try. "It was the hardest trick I've ever done, but it was easier than I thought," Schaar told on Friday. Skateboarding fans, keep an...

12-Year-Old skateboarder Tom Schaar nails a '1080'

Step aside Tony Hawk, 12-Year-Old skateboarder Tom Schaar did three spins... Every time you check your email, think -- gotta check Bob's Blitz. Follow us on Twitter. Subscribe, or Return to Bobs... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

12 Year Old Kid Lands The First Ever 1080 On A Skateboard Like A Boss

This kid is schooling Tony Hawk at 12 years old!! Get used to Tyler Schaar because he is the new world record holder for the most spins on a skateboard in mid-air and he also has a florescently bright future ahead of him. Check out how crazy the crowd went when Tony Hawk landed a 900 at 31 years old in the video below. Now imagine this kid showed up and blasted out a 1080 at the...

Tom Scharr, 12, lands first 1080 on skateboard

Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't it take Tony Hawk about two hours to land the first 900 like 10 years ago?
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