Less than a week after skiing saw a 17-year-old land the first switch triple cork 1800, 18-year-old freeskier Jackson Wells threw down the world’s first quad cork.

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The youngest of the freeskiing Wells brothers, Jackson landed the switch quad cork at his home mountain of Cardrona Alpine Resort in Otago on the South Island of New Zealand.

RELATED: 17-year-old skier Alex Hall lands the first-ever switch triple cork 1800

Spinning four times while inverted and flipping four times, the quad cork was first landed by a snowboarder back in April 2015 by Billy Morgan.

Yes folks, it’s 2016 and the start of winter, so get ready for plenty more freestyle fireworks to be going down all season.

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