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In 2010 he became the very first skateboarder to get a fakie 900 (900 degree opposite-natural turning), making Burnquist the fifth man in history to have ever got the 900 trick.
In 2000, Bob Burnquist won the X Games’ best trick competition, with his well-known fakie 5-0 using a fakie kickflip away of the grind bar. Burnquist’s largest success to date came at the vert contest in the 2001 X Games. Before his final run (the last run of the occasion) he was sitting in second place behind two time defending champ Bucky Lasek. Burnquist made a perfect run, including multiple tricks that had never been seen before and, consequently, were unnamed. Throughout the run, commentator Tony Hawk went hoarse and almost lost his voice while crying in unbelief. Burnquist was rewarded using a 98, the next best score ever given in any X Games skateboarding event, behind just Bucky Lasek’s score of a 98.50 the year before. Burnquist won a gold medal in the 2005 X Games Best Trick “vert” (perpendicular ramp) competition, set fourth in the Vert part, and placed sixth in the Big Air competition. In 2013 Xgames Barcelona, Burnquist caught more 2 efforts. The second one was tying BMX legend Dave Mirra with 24 Xgames career medals as the most medals obtained by means of an athlete in the annals of the X Games.