Marcus Kleveland is seen in action in his hometown ski resort in Dombås, Norway on February 24, 2021.
Marcus Kleveland is posing for a portrait in his hometown ski resort in Dombås, Norway on February 24, 2021.

Marcus
Kleveland

Norway

Norway

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Snowboarding

A regular winner in Slopestyle and Big Air events, Norway's Marcus Klevelend was the first ever snowboarder to complete a quad cork 1800 in competition.

Date of birth

April 25, 1999

Birthplace

Lillehammer, Norway

Age

23

Nationality

Norway

Norway

Career start

2013

Disciplines

Snowboard Slopestyle / Snowboard Big Air

Marcus Kleveland is almost as good at freestyle skiing as he is on a snowboard. He was already doing Double Corks at the age of 11, setting the bar with the first Triple Cork when he was 13 – and is now a rider with a successful future firmly in his hands.

His most famous moment to date took place on a purpose-built kicker in Vierli, Norway. Marcus familiarised himself with the landing before finally pulling off the elusive trick. On landing the Triple Cork, he joined the likes of Torstein Horgmo, Mark McMorris and a handful of others who’ve stomped the Triple. Since then he’s pulled a Backside Quad Cork 1800° at the Stubai Zoo Prime Park Sessions, a pre-season gathering on Austria’s Stubai Glacier to become the youngest member of an exclusive club with only Billy Morgan and Max Parrot as other members.