TTR World Snowboard Tour

Points List

Chas Guldemond @ TTR Nissan X-Trail Asian Open SS Finals …

http://www.ttrworldtour.com TTR follow Chas Guldemond as he wins the TTR Nissan X-trail Asian Open Slopestyle finals. All the action, all the behind the scenes footage, the complete story. Also starring Charles Reid, Fredrik Evenson and many more…

Embed video

Related videos

TTR Tricks – Chas Guldemond Snowboarding Tricks at BEO 2011

The one and only - snowboarder Chas Guldemond's snowboarding tricks at the Burton European Open snowboarding event in 2011. The best snowboard tricks!

TTR – The Oakley Arctic Challenge Finals – The Oakley Edit

The clouds broke up in Oslo, Norway at Tryvann Vinterpark for the men's and women's slopetyle finals at the 6Star Oakley Arctic Challenge. The women took to the course in the morning for a heated session, where Jamie Anderson (USA), once again, pulled ahead of the other competitors to take the win. The men's finals went down in the afternoon and Chas Guldemond (USA) was awarded with the win for his flawless run on the progressive slopestyle course. Chas and Jamie were rewarded with the lion's share of the $100,000 USD prize purse and 1000 Swatch TTR World Ranking points. With her win today, Jamie solidified her place in the World No. 1 position and is going to be tough to overtake in the women's race for the TTR World Tour Champion Title. Camera: Clemens Krüger / 4Media Edit/Post: Vincent Urban The Oakley Arctic Challenge 17th-19th February 2011 Wyllerløpa, Tryvann Winterpark Oslo, Norway Music by: Francis International Airport - "Monsters" myspace.com/​francisinternationalairport

X Games Aspen 2013 with Sandbech, Tonteri, O’Brien, Willett, Guldemond

No medals were on the line in the Jeep Snowboard Slopestyle elimination round at X Games Aspen, but that didn't diminish the statement made by Mark McMorris ahead of Shaun White. With months of anticipation finally playing out Thursday under gray skies on Buttermilk Mountain, McMorris posted the No. 1 qualifying score -- 88.66 on his first of two runs -- while White struggled to land his jumps cleanly and finished seventh (67.33). Neither rider attempted a triple cork, which has fast become snowboarding's most technical and electrifying trick and likely will determine Saturday's champion. Eight of the 16 competitors moved on to the final, with a number of big names missing the cut.