To be honest I don't really know what a "nose butter triple cork 1620" is. Well, I know it's a ski/snowboard trick that consists of the rider spinning 4.5 rotations (hence 1620 degrees of rotation) and a triple something (flip? cheeseburger?). But beyond that I cannot say with any certainty that I have or have not seen anyone pull such a trick on TV or an internet video or anything like that. If you wanted we could build that jump Erik and I have been talking about building in his backyard and you could do a nose butter triple cork 1620 and I wouldn't be able to tell whether it was any good or not. Furthermore I have very little knowledge into the personal lives of professional skiers Tanner Hall and Henrik Harlaut.
What I do know about though is pride. And love. And sportsmanship. And brotherhood. And camaraderie. As far as I can tell by watching the following video (and without performing any additional google searches etc.) it seems that Tanner Hall was very excited about the possibility of Henrik Harlaut pulling off the nose butter triple cork 1620 at the X games and that after pulling it off Henrik won the competition. Watching the video though there is clearly much more meaning that can be derived from the human element of what transpires. Tanner believes in Henrik. Tanner has a love for Henrik and the sport they share and so badly wants Henrik to succeed it seems like they are family. I don't think I can put into words all the emotions that transpire in this short video, so check it out and see if you find something as special as I did.