Still, I continue to be amazed at what the best PWC freestyle riders can come up with. I think the surf if their natural playground, and where they perform their best, jaw-dropping moves. But the video below shows that some pretty wild stuff continues to be seen on flat water as well. It's footage of Slovenia's Roc Florjancic at the IJSBA 2012 World Finals in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, and he definitely proves that freestyle has come a long ways since the days of headstands, tailspins, and dare I say it, pirouettes in the tray. (Yup, that's where we used to toss the handlepole up, spin ourselves around once…and then catch that handlepole as it came back down. Impressive, I know.) Now, backflips are the move of choice. In one sequence, Roc strings together about seven of them, tossing in some helicopter spins to boot.