A teenage New Zealand freestyle skier has become the first person in the world to land a 'quad cork', an extremely difficult trick which involves four simultaneous backflips.
Jackson Wells, 18, landed the switch quad 1620 at his home ski field - Cardrona - in Otago. The trick means skiing backwards into the jump, flipping four times while rotating sideways four times.
He is the youngest brother of the Wells family, with his older siblings Jossi, Byron and Beau-James already competing in international ski competitions. With this under his belt, he looks set to join them on the world stage.