The most consecutive kickflips on a skateboard is 1,546 and was achieved by Zach Kral (USA) at 4 Seasons Skate Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, on November 30th, 2008. That is the official release from the dudes over at Guinness World Records. He beat the previous record holder Christian Brekke who had a total of 1424 kickflips.
First off, props to Zach for shattering that record and secondly props to the guy who counted all of them. Wow! Zach is only 14 years old and is already shattering world records. And as crazy as it sounds, you can count on Zach to hold down the record for a while. He had once previously held the kickflip record only to loose it and now regain it again. So you know there are heads out there attempting to one up him. And thus, the never ending battle for the most consecutive kickflip record begins. But honestly, if Zach could pull off 1,546 kickflips in a row I see now reason why he couldn’t pull off 2,000 if he had to. Big ups Zach, Congratulations and give us all some kickflip trick tips!
Remember kids if you ever decide to try and play Zach at a game of skate don’t even bother with the kickflip. You won’t faze him.
Posted by Ruben 'Studdard' Najera on Monday, December 15th, 2008 in Skateboarding.