Skateboarding knows no age limits, and young Japanese prodigy EMA has proven that age is just a number.
At only nine years old, EMA has shocked the skateboarding world by achieving an unprecedented trick: the first-ever back-to-back 900 on a vert ramp.
His incredible feat has even garnered the attention and praise of skateboarding legend Tony Hawk, who couldn't help but share his astonishing achievement online.
The 900, a notoriously challenging trick, involves performing a 900-degree spin (two and a half rotations) while airborne.
Successfully landing this trick once is an impressive feat, but EMA's back-to-back 900s have left the entire skate community in awe.
The vert ramp, a towering structure with steep vertical transitions, is where such remarkable tricks are attempted. EMA's courage and skill were on full display during her jaw-dropping performance.