Cory Teunissen: a wakeboarding star at the age of 20

Twenty-year-old Cory Teunissen dropped "Numb," an action-packed video edit with hardcore wakeboarding magic.

Lewy Watt says "filming Cory Teunissen was an experience I'll never forget. His level of riding is beyond anything I've ever seen before."

It's hard to doubt Watt's, especially if you pay special attention to "Numb" and its subtle details. The rider from Brisbane, Queensland, started on water skis but he was quick to storm the world of wakeboarding.

"Numb" could very well be Teunissen's identity card. The Australian who landed the world's first mute back mobe 720 and stalefish double back roll is seriously pushing the sport forward.

"I put so much effort into this project. And Lewy Watt was there to capture all of it. Want to say a huge thank you to everyone that helped out. You know who you are," expressed Cory Teunissen.

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