VIDEO: Heath Frisby Lands Front Flip At X Games

This looked way easier than it was, especially considering the circumstances. Following a long delay, Heath Frisby landed the first-ever front flip on a snowmobile. Consider that Frisby just watched Justin Hoyer attempt a backflip, only to see him crash in horrific fashion. What followed was a lengthy delay, in which Frisby had plenty of time to ponder what was going on in front of him and what could happen next.

All he did was land a perfect front flip, which is insane when you think about it.

It has to be incredibly difficult to pull off a front flip on a huge snowmobile. The physics involved, the danger, everything combines for a trick that doesn't seem possible. He basically had to work against the momentum of his sled to get it around, then safely on the ground.

And he did it all like it was nothing. Good show, sir. Good show.

For more updates, news and stories concerning the 2012 Winter X Games, stay tuned to this StoryStream.

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