Shaun White’s Triple Cork


We’ve been losing sleep at night, wondering if Shaun White will be able to learn a triple cork in time for Sochi. If he wants to be the “Best Boarder in the Worldâ„¢ ” he better get that shit down. Well, never fear, Onboard (and soon the rest of the American media) have been fed debatable proof that El Blanco has in fact, stomped himself his very own triple flipper. Don’t know about you, but we’re pretty excited to get a good night’s sleep knowing that our old pal Shaun will in fact have the chance to double medal at the next Olympics.

29 replies
  1. upstatemike.
    upstatemike. says:

    i’ve never seen grown men hug after someone landed a trick before. “We’re gonna be even more rich!!!! *HUG*”

  2. .
    . says:

    every facet of his life is recorded up close and in HD but we see his first triple cork from the point of view of a squirrel in the woods

  3. ShaunGay
    ShaunGay says:

    He can only do one grab for his double and triple corks…..

    But this does mean that he will win gold…. because the judges give you a +30 if youre name is shaun white…

    Has anyone compared his pipe runs the last three years?? Same exact run and gold medal every year. Except for in 2012 his last hit was a weaker trick and he still got gold…..

  4. ShaunWhiteFanclub
    ShaunWhiteFanclub says:

    Way to make a triple cork look gay. If I ever see you in real life, I’m gonna punch you in the face.

  5. SupaDupa
    SupaDupa says:

    I’m glad to see in every sport lives a strong line of biatch ass haters. High fives and ass slaps all around! You guys truly make the world go round. Hey you guys see that kid that throws a 110 mph fast?! What a jack off right? F that kid. Wish I could see him some time. I’d love to just kick him in the sack!

  6. J
    J says:

    Medal is a noun not a verb. One cannot “double medal”. Shaun White may win two medals, win being the verb and medal the noun. However, he may double meddle in the Olympics, interfering with the judges’ ability to objectively judge both the halfpipe and slopestyle competitions.

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