In case you missed it last night, Shaun White not only clinched his 5th consecutive X-Games gold medal in Superpipe but turned his victory run into one for the history books by piecing together a flawless performance and scoring 100/100! In doing so he also threw down some seriously epic maneuvers that have never been landed in ANY competition. After failing to land his show stopping frontside double cork 1260 in heat 2 White was determined to stomp it in his final run even though he was fending off injury and had already secured gold in heat 1 with a score of 94. His final run looked something like this: 18-foot backside air, a fronstside double cork 1080, a Cab double cork 1080, a frontside stalefish 540, a double McTwist 1260 and the frontside double cork 12…All with an injured ankle that had forced him to pull out of the Slopestyle competition earlier in the day. A HUGE fist bump goes out to Burton team rider Shaun White for continuing to push the sport both in his evolution of tricks but also in that unmistakable fashion sense. Congratulation Shaun!