It was a dramatic snowboard competition at Spinlderuv Mlyn today. The best tricks in the unique super slopestyle contest were performed by finnish rider Markku Koski. He won the Quiksilver Snowjam, which is the final event of the O2 Snowboard Tour – one of the biggest Czech snowboard events. This means that Koski can add to his biggest successes from this year yet another one (after 6th place at Half-pipe competition at Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver). Czech rider Honza Necas finished in second after with a good-looking double backflip at Big Air. Swedish rider Stefan Karlsson came in third place.Honza _Neci Necas reached the best result among all Czech riders. After the finals _Neci evaluated course at Spindleruv Mlyn as very challenging. _Half-pipe, rail and jump – all in one. This is what you cant see at most of the places all over the world and what makes Quiksilver Snowjam unique, said Honza Necas. _As a rider you have to focus to approximately 4 to 6 jumps in half-pipe. Then comes slide at the rail and in the end there is the Big Air. You have to be careful at the in run where you have to gain the proper speed to make proper trick and land safely, added the Czech pro snowboarder. Martin Cernik as the organizer of the event was pleased by the whole event and especially with the result of his friend Honza Necas. Everything went really fine and I am glad that we managed to get all that great riders to Spindleruv Mlyn.Quiksilver Snowjam is part of the TTR (Ticket To Ride) contests and it is rated with three stars. It means that results from this event are part of the global TTR ranking. This biggest Czech snowboarding event is also part of O2 Snowboard Tour, the biggest Czech snowboarding contest project that unites all snowboarding disciplines.