On Wednesday, May 27, FOX will air its second episode of Ultimate Tag, and if Episode 2 is anything like the premiere, we're seriously psyched beyond belief. If you aren't already familiar with the competitive game show, it features a variety of highly athletic contestants who face each other in an adult-ified version of the classic playground game tag.
One of the professional taggers on the series, nicknamed "The Kid" on Ultimate Tag is a force to be reckoned with. The 22-year-old athlete is seriously unstoppable.
Meet Corbin Reinhardt (aka "The Kid") from 'Ultimate Tag.'
Corbin Reinhardt, aka The Kid, is a 22-year-old parkour star who originally hails from Northridge, Calif., and now lives in sunny Los Angeles, Calif., according to Famous Birthdays. He started a YouTube account back in 2013, which has over 90,000 subscribers. There, he shows off his insane parkour skills and incredible stunts.
Corbin has taken his skills to the big screen, with stuntman credits in a variety of major productions, including Lady Dynamite, S.W.A.T., The Row, and Nickelodeon's 2018 Kid's Choice Awards, according to IMDB. Needless to say, his resume is endless and it comes as no surprise he was one of few to be selected for FOX's Ultimate Tag.
A few years back, he suffered a serious head injury.
While Corbin's skills are unmatched, he was unfortunately involved in a parkour accident back in October 2018, which led to a serious head injury. At the time, he was doing a tour alongside Jesse La Flair. While they were in Florida at a parkour gym called Urban Ninja, he did a move called a Lachey, which involves swinging off a bar to another location, and he slipped, did a backflip, and hit his head on a wall.
After crashing into the wall, Corbin was unconscious for almost two minutes, and upon going to the hospital, he was diagnosed with a fractured skull and a brain hemorrhage. For the next several weeks, he was unable to speak or move as he normally would, but after a few weeks of rest, he was able to make a full recovery. Corbin explains details of his accident in a video titled, "Log One: I Broke My Head."
Corbin's fame has funded his interest in cars and bikes.
Although Corbin's passions mainly lie in parkour, performing stunts, and now also playing tag, he also seems to have an affinity for racing cars and motorcycling. On his Instagram, which has over 50,000 followers, he has a Story Highlight dedicated solely to cars and motorcycles, and it seems like his skills are pretty next-level.
Based on Corbin's affinity for parkour and his love for fast-moving vehicles, it seems as though the 22-year-old athlete can't get enough thrills. And although bikes and cars are undeniably a costly hobby, his estimated $5 million seems to fund these endeavors, according to Trend Celebs Now.
Corbin is a seriously talented athlete, so we're excited to see how he does on Ultimate Tag. His abilities are truly unlike anything else.