48-Year-Old Tony Hawk Lands a 900 for the Last Time

By: Jon Corrigan

Tony Hawk landed a 900 for the last time on Monday.

It was 17 years to the day that the legendary skateboarder first landed the trick at X-Games in San Francisco.

Th 48-year-old takes a serious beating before finally completing the 900; afterwards hugging his son, Spencer, and telling the camera it’s the last time he will ever attempt it.

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