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A Norwegian snowboarder on a mission to live up to his country’s legacy, Marcus Klevland started making a big impression on the industry at a very young age. First strapping in at the age of three, Marcus learned 720s at the age of seven, double corks by 11, triple corks at 13 and at the age of 16 he became the third person ever land a quadruple cork. Wondering what his competition results are looking like at such a young age? Well, to kick off 2016 he took first place at the Norwegian Championship in Slopestyle and Big Air for both juniors and adults! Later the same year, Marcus took second at The Mile High in Australia, first at Thredbo Big Air in Australia, first at the FIS World Cup Big Air event in Milan and then first place at Air + Style Beijing. It is safe to say Marcus is living up to the legacy.