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Check the Course with Sebastien Toutant at O’Neill Evolution

Check out a first-person view of the O’Neil Evolution slopestyle course taking place this week in Davos, Switzerland. Seb throws a front 9 and a boardslide to frontside rodeo out then drops into a doubles run with Mark McMorris all with helmet cam strapped to his helemt. Riders have been loving the conditions in Davos and the rider list is full of talent so don’t miss the live webcast on ttrworldtour.com which will feature halfpipe finals on Friday, January 7th and slopesyle finals on Saturday, January 8th.

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